Reynoso Dueñas, J. Jacqueline
December 1992
Acta Botanica Mexicana;dic1992, Issue 20, p53
Academic Journal
Bauhinia ramirezii is proposed as a new species, closely related to B. pauletia. The principal differencies between B. pauletia and B. ramirezii are the lack of spines, larger leaves, broader white petals with an apical twist and the 10 (not 5) fertile stamens in the latter.


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