Constance, Lincoln; Breedolve, Dennis E.
April 1994
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1994, Issue 26, p83
Academic Journal
Dahliaphyllum, a new genus of woody "peucedanoid" Umbelliferae/Apiaceae is described from the general area of Cerro Teotepec in the Sierra Madre del Sur of Guerrero. In both habit and foliage, it is reminiscent of Dahlia section Pseudodendron.


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