October 2008
Acta Botanica Mexicana;oct2008, Issue 85, p63
Academic Journal
Hechtia lepidophylla is described and illustrated. A complete description including features of staminate, pistillate, and fruiting plants is included, with details of growth pattern and ecological characteristics, as well as features to distinguish it from species with similar vegetative and floral features such as H. argentea, H. glomerata, and H. texensis.


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