McVaugh, Rogers
September 1990
Acta Botanica Mexicana;sep1990, Issue 11, p11
Academic Journal
Loeselia rzedowskii a new shrubby species with the habit of L. mexicana but with cream-yellow flowers, is described from Bolaños. Jalisco, and the nearby Sierra de los Huicholes, and Rhynchospora jaliscensis, with almost undivided style, thus referable to Kükenthal's subgenus Haplostyleae, is described as new from four localities in the mountains of Jalisco.


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