Sedum
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EDWARDSII   (R.T.Clausen) B.L.Turner, 1995

Synonym : Sedum rhodocarpum ssp. edwardsii  R.T.CLausen (1981)

Subgenus Sedum

Distribution : Mexico (W Tamaulipas); limestone rocks, 900 - 1800 m.

 

Description (according to U. Eggli in IHSP, 2003) :

Differs from the closely related S. rhodocarpum :

Stems, leaves, sepals and petals pubescent.

Leaves rounded, dark green.

Flowers : Petals pale green with dense reddish speckles below the middle.



Photo Ray Stephenson




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