Cabrera R., Leticia
December 1992
Acta Botanica Mexicana;dic1992, Issue 20, p29
Academic Journal
Revisionary studies of Acourtia have resulted in the discovery of five new species, A. oaxacana, A. mexiae, A. pulchella, A. gentryi, and A. gracilis. All the new taxa are endemic to Mexico. The new species are described and their morphological affinities to other species of the genus discussed.


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