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This species is similar to Cinchona pubescens, and these share relatively large leaves and inflorescences, flowers of similar form, and a similar yellowish brown drying color in the specimens; these species are easily confused. However Cinchona antioquiae can be separated by its leaves that are usually a bit stiffer in texture, its calyx with a ring of long silky or sericeous hairs on the inside, and its generally longer flowers with the corolla tube 14-21 mm long; vs. the leaves papery in texture, the calyx glabrous inside or with only a few short scattered hairs, and the corolla tube 8-15 mm long in Cinchona pubescens.

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