López-Ferrari, Ana Rosa; Espejo-Serna, Adolfo
October 2009
Acta Botanica Mexicana;oct2009, Issue 89, p43
Academic Journal
We propose to raise to specific rank to Tillandsia tortilis Klotzsch ex Baker ssp. curvifolia Ehlers et Rauh with the name Viridantha curvifolia (Ehlers et Rauh) López-Ferrari et Espejo. Also, the new name Malaxis zempoalensis López-Ferrari et Espejo is proposed for Malaxis palustris Espejo et López-Ferrari.


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