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CORYNEPHYLLUM  Fröderström, 1936

Synonyms:

Corynephyllum viride  Rose (1905) / Sedum viride (Rose) Berger (1930)

 

Distribution : Eastern Mexico (Querétaro, Hidalgo, Veracruz).

 

 

Description (according to 't Hart & Bleij in IHSP, 2003) :

 

Glabrous perennial subshrubs, 20 - 40 cm tall, much branched.

 

Leaves subimbricate, alternate, oblanceolate, obtuse, shortly spurred, terete, 20 - 50 mm, spreading.

 

Inflorescences : Panicles with axillary subsessile flowers.

 

Flowers : Sepals basally free, shortly spurred, unequal, very large, oblong to ovate, obtuse, 4 - 8 mm, petals basally free, semiovate, subobtuse, narrowly mucronate, ± 5 mm, greenish-yellow.

 

Cytology: 2n = 68, 136

Plants in habitat, Hidalgo, Mexico :





Photos Mieke Geuens





Photos Gerhard Köhres



Photos Margrit Bischofberger


Photo Meinolf Stützer


Photo Ray Stephenson




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