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  • Pennington, T. D. 1997. The Genus Inga. Botany. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  • Pennington, T. D. 1997. The Genus Inga. Botany. The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
  • Poncy, O. 1985. Le Genre Inga (Legumineuses: Mimosoideae) en Guyane francais. Memoirs du Museum Nationale d'Histoire Naturelle, B., Bot. 31: 1-124.
  • Reategui, A. U., L. T. Szott, and A. Ricse. 1995. Mycorrhizal infection in Inga species from the Peruvian Amazon. Pp. 301-312. In: D. O. Evans and L. T. Szott, (eds.), Nitrogen-fixing trees for acid soils. Proceedings of a workshop held July 3-8, 1994. Turrialba, Costa Rica. Published by the Nitrogen Fixing Tree Association (NFTA), Bangkok, Thailand.
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  • Romero, C. & A. López. 2005. Taxonomía del Género Inga Mill. In: Forero, E. & C. Romero (Eds.). Estudios en Leguminosas Colombianas. Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales.
  • Romero, Carolina & Angelica Alba-Lopez. 2005. Taxonomía del Género Inga Mill. In: Forero, E. & C. Romero (Eds.). Estudios en Leguminosas Colombianas. Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales.
  • Roskoski, J. P., and C. Van Kessel. 1985. Annual, seasonal and diel variation in nitrogen fixing activity by Inga jinicuil, a tropical leguminous tree. Oikos 44: 306-312.
  • Valente, R. D. M., and I. D. S. Gorayeb. 1984. Biology and description of immature forms of Conotrachelus imbecilus Fiedler (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Molytinae) in Inga heterophylla fruits. Boletin Museu Paraense Emilio Goeldi, N. S., Bot.
  • de Faria, S. M. 1995. Occurrence and rhizobial selection for legume trees adapted to acid soils. Pp. 295-300. In: D. O. Evans and L. T. Szott, (eds.), Nitrogen-fixing trees for acid soils. Proceedings of a workshop held July 3-8, 1994. Turrialba, Costa Rica. Published by the Nitrogen Fixing Tree Association (NFTA), Bangkok, Thailand.

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