Lopez-Ferrari, Ana Rosa; Espejo Serna, Adolfo; Ceja Romero, Jacqueline
November 1997
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1997, Issue 41, p9
Academic Journal
Commelina nivea López-Ferrari, Espejo et Ceja, and Commelina rzedowskii López-Ferrari, Espejo et Ceja, two white flowered species are described and illustrated in this paper. The former is known only from Las Adjuntas, municipio of Pueblo Nuevo in the state of Durango and the other was collected in the neighborhood of Tenería, municipio of Tejupilco in the state of México.


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