TITLE

MANFREDA GALVANIAE (AGAVACEAE), ESPECIE NUEVA DE MÉXICO, CON NOTA SOBRE LA UBICACIÓN TAXONÓMICA DE M. MALINALTENANGENSIS MATUDA Y SU LECTOTIPIFICACIÓN

AUTHOR(S)
Castañeda Rojas, Alejandro; Franco Martínez, I. Sonia; García-Mendoza, Abisaí
PUB. DATE
July 2005
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;2005, Issue 72, p65
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Manfreda galvaniae, a new species from the Barranca de Malinaltenango, mpio. Ixtapan de la Sal, State of Mexico, is described and illustrated. It belongs to the Manfreda guttata (Jacobi et Bouché) Rose group, and is similar to M. pringlei Rose and M. fusca Ravenna. Likewise, the paper presents comments about the taxonomic status of M. malinaltenangensis Matuda, sympatric with M. galvaniae.
ACCESSION #
20001298

 

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