UNA ESPECIE NUEVA DE PACHYPHYTUM (CRASSULACEAE) PARA LA FLORA DE JALISCO, Mï¿½XICO
- UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DE ECHEVERIA (CRASSULACEAE) DEL ESTADO DE TAMAULIPAS, Mï¿½XICO. Mart�nez-�valos, Jos� Guadalupe; Mora-Olivo, Arturo // Acta Botanica Mexicana;2000, Issue 52, p43
Echeveria rodolfi is described as a new species from Tamaulipas, Mexico. It was collected in 1998 in an isolated locality of the municipality of Hidalgo near the boundary of the state of Nuevo Leï¿½n. It is compared with E. bifida, E. walpoleana and E. strictiflora, taxa similar in their...
- UNA NUEVA ESPECIE DE THOMPSONELLA (CRASSULACEAE) DEL ESTADO DE GUERRERO, MEXICO. Diaz, Martha Gual; Gomez, Susana Peralta; Perez-Calix, Emmanuel // Acta Botanica Mexicana;1997, Issue 40, p37
Thompsonella xochipalensis is described, illustrated and proposed as a new species, based on plants collected in the region of Xochipala, Guerrero. The new species differs from previously known species in having a caudex 8 to 22 cm long and 4.5 to 5 mm thick, and ensiform rosette leaves 1.5 to...
- UNA ESPECIE NUEVA DE ECHEVERIA (CRASSULACEAE) ORIGINARIA DEL ESTADO DE JALISCO, MÃ‰XICO. Ruiz, Ignacio García; Pérez-Calix, Emmanuel // Acta Botanica Mexicana;ene2007, Issue 78, p125
Based on botanical specimens collected in the state of Jalisco, Mexico, Echeveria patriotica (Crassulaceae) is described and illustrated. Due to the possession of the following features, it is assigned to series Gibbiflorae (Baker) A. Berger: stem present, leaf blades narrowed at the base in the...
- Echeveria yalmanantlanensis (Crassulaceae): A new species from Cerro Grande, Sierra de ManantlÃ¡n, western Mexico. Vázquez-García, J.; Jimeno-S., David; Cuevas-G., Ramón; Cházaro-B., Miguel; Muñiz-Castro, Miguel // Brittonia;Sep2013, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p273
Echeveria yalmanantlanensis, a new species from eastern Sierra de ManantlÃ¡n, Biosphere Reserve, on the Jalisco-Colima border in western Mexico, is described and illustrated, and a table for comparison of morphologically related taxa is provided. This species belongs to series Valvatae,...
- Detecting and managing an overgrazing-drought synergism in the threatened Echeveria longissima (Crassulaceae): the role of retrospective demographic analysis. Martorell, Carlos // Population Ecology;Apr2007, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p115
Echeveria longissima, a threatened herb whose habitat has been severely overgrazed and eroded, was studied for three years in a currently grazed and a fenced area. Matrix population models were used to assess if livestock elimination provides a proper management strategy. The merits of...
- My favorite plant: Jade tree. Attkisson, Anna // Flower & Garden;Sep/Oct97, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p10
Provides information about the author's jade tree scientifically referred to as Crassula argentea under the family Crassulaceae. Morphological description of jade tree; Growing habit; Name given by the author to her jade tree.
- Sedum tarokoense (Crassulaceae), a new species from a limestone area in Taiwan. Lu, Chang-Tse; Lin, Hung-Wen; Liou, Wei-Ting; Wang, Jenn-Che // Botanical Studies;Dec2013, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p1
Background: An unknown Sedum was found from the limestone region in Taiwan. After a detailed comparison with other congeners in Taiwan and neighboring countries, we identified this plant as a new species. Results: This new taxon resembles S. nokoense Yamamoto, S. alfredii Hance, and S. uniflorum...
- All in the family Crassulaceae. Clausen, Ruth Rogers // Country Living Gardener;Jan/Feb2003, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p20
Focuses on plants in the family Crassulaceae.
- Family with back-to-front organs. // New Scientist;5/21/94, Vol. 142 Issue 1926, p12
Presents the results of the ten-year study of botanists on the plant life of Mesoamerica. Scanning electron micrograph of Lancandonia schismatica; Number of flower species identified by the botanists.