Martinez, Mahinda; Hernandez, Luis
May 1999
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1999, Issue 46, p73
Academic Journal
Physalis queretaroensis, a scarce plant restricted to the municipality of Landa de Matamoros, is described. The species is related to P. volubilis Waterf., from which it differs in the form and insertion of the leaves and vestiture.


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