Perez-Calix, Emmanuel
November 1998
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1998, Issue 45, p49
Academic Journal
Sedum mocinianum is described, and proposed as a new species. This taxon belongs to the section Sedastrum (Rose) Berger, on account of its leaves arranged in a basal rosette, paniculate inflorescence, white corolla, carpels concave under the scales, as well as the pubescense of several organs. The new species is related to Sedum hintonii R. T. Clausen from which it can be distinguished by its narrow and short inflorescence, as well as by the leaves of the inflorescence, which in this species are elliptic to oblong.


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