TITLE

A NEW SPECIES AND RECONSIDERATIONS IN AESCHYNOMENESERIES SCOPARIAE (LEGUMINOSAE, PAPILIONOIDEAE) IN MEXICO

AUTHOR(S)
Rudd, Velva E.
PUB. DATE
December 1989
SOURCE
Acta Botanica Mexicana;dic1989, Issue 8, p31
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Se describe Aeschynomene lyonnetii sp. n., del estado de Guerrero, taxon afín a Ae. langlassei Micheli ex Rudd, Ae. pringlei Rose y Ae. simulans Rose. Además, se señalan dos colectas (una de Sonora y una de Jalisco) que posiblemente representan especies aún no descritas; se reinstala Ae. pringlei Rose, del estado de Morelos, como especie independiente; Ae. ormocarpoides Rudd, del estado de Oaxaca, se reconoce como planta perteneciente al género Diphysa; Ae. vigil Brandegee, de Baja California Sur, queda mejor ubicada en la serie Pleuronerviae que en la serie Scopariae.
ACCESSION #
21371370

 

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