Espejo-Serna, Adolfo; López-Ferrari, Ana Rosa; Ramírez-Morillo, Ivón
April 2008
Acta Botanica Mexicana;abr2008, Issue 83, p49
Academic Journal
Two new species of Hechtia, H. pretiosa and H. zamudioi are described and illustrated. Both taxa are endemic of central Mexico, the former is known from Guanajuato and the second from Querétaro.


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