TITLE

UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DE SISYRINCHIUM (IRIDACEAE: SISYRINCHIEAE) DEL ESTADO DE DURANGO, MEXICO

AUTHOR(S)
Espejo-Serna, Adolfo; Lopez-Ferrari, Ana Rosa; Ceja-Romero, Jacqueline
PUB. DATE
December 1999
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1999, Issue 49, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Sisyrinchium cholewae Espejo, López-Ferrari & Ceja is described from plants collected in the state of Durango, México. S. cholewae can be distinguished from all other known Mexican species of Sisyrinchium in its subaquatic habitat, its white flowers with basally (ca. 1-2 mm) connate perianth and in its spathulate, ascendent and apically rounded tepals, bearing a brilliant yellow spot at their base.
ACCESSION #
20220783

 

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