Santana-Michel, Francisco J.
April 2002
Acta Botanica Mexicana;2002, Issue 58, p63
Academic Journal
Aristolochia colimensis is a new species described for the state of Colima, México. This species differs from related taxa of the subsection Pentandrae (A. brevipes Benth., A. occidentalis Santana-Michel et S. Lemus, A. oaxacana Eastwood and A. pringlei Rose) in its reflexed calyx limb at anthesis and in the utricle with a gibba on its upper part.


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