Serna, Adolfo Espejo; Ferrari, Ana Rosa Lopez; Cruz, Maria Flores
September 1993
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1993, Issue 23, p53
Academic Journal
Pitcairnia vallisoletana Lex., a name long neglected in most modern treatments, is neotypified and its status is discused. The relationships of P. vallisoletana with allied species are considered and a key for the identification of the taxa is provided.


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