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The new genus is based on Palicourea locellata C. M. Taylor described from the Colombian Andes and placed into the Nonatelia section reconsidered and strongly enlarged by C. M. Taylor including 26 species into the originally monotypic section. According the new protologue of the section it is a highly varied and rather heterogeneous group in morphological point of view. Therefore the section Nonatelia C. M. Taylor is interpreted here in a reduced sense including not more than 5 species. The remained 19 species belong to an undetermined unit or to more units for the moment. Apparently two species Palicourea locellata and P. woronowii do not fit well into Nonatelia, and even to the genus Palicourea either. For the separation of P. woronowii there is not sufficient information, but in the case of P. locellata the morphological information available are well-enough for its distinction on generic level. The new genus is dedicated to the author of the species, being Tromlyca the anagram of C. M. Taylor.

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