TITLE

SEDUM NEOVOLCANICUM (CRASSULACEAE) UNA ESPECIE NUEVA ORIGINARIA DEL CENTRO-OCCIDENTE DE M�XICO

AUTHOR(S)
P�rez-Calix, Emmanuel; Garc�a Ruiz, Ignacio
PUB. DATE
April 2002
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;2002, Issue 58, p57
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Sedum neovolcanicum is described as new species, based on plants collected in the western portion of the geographical region known as the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt, in the states of Jalisco and Michoac�n. The new taxon resembles Sedum bourgaei Hemsl., S. tortuosum Hemsl. and S. multiflorum R. T. Clausen in possessing white or rosy-white flowers. However, it is distinguished from these species by its habit, number of flowers per inflorescence, unbranched inflorescence, and petals and sepals length.
ACCESSION #
20220821

 

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