Ribes contumazensis is a species of currant, named after Peruvian botanist Isidoro Sánchez Vega of Cajamarca. It is completely glabrous apart from the stalked glands, differentiating it from R. colandina (same region).

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  • Ribes contumazensis is a species of currant, named after Peruvian botanist Isidoro Sánchez Vega of Cajamarca. It is completely glabrous apart from the stalked glands, differentiating it from R. colandina (same region). (en)
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  • Ribes contumazensis
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  • Weigend, 2005
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  • kew-2897233
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  • R. contumazensis
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  • Ribes contumazensis
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  • Ribes contumazensis is a species of currant, named after Peruvian botanist Isidoro Sánchez Vega of Cajamarca. It is completely glabrous apart from the stalked glands, differentiating it from R. colandina (same region). (en)
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  • Ribes contumazensis (en)
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