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GUADALAJARANUM  S.Watson, 1887

Synonym : Sedum guadalajaranum ssp. viridiflorum R. T. Clausen (1978)

 

Distribution : Mexico (Jalisco), ± 1700 m

 

 

Description (according to IHSP 2003) :

 

Glabrous perennial subshrubs with thick root-stock with napiform roots and roughened much branching stems, to 30 cm tall.

 

Leaves alternate, linear, subacute, shortly spurred, mamillate, slightly glaucous, 3 - 15 mm, spreading.

 

Inflorescences : Flowering branches erect, inflorescences lax corymbs.

 

FIowers 5-merous, sessile, sepals basally free, shortly spurred, slightly unequal, linear to lanceolate, subobtuse, 3 - 3,5 mm, erect, petals basally slightly connate, lanceolate, subacute, narrowly mucronate, slightly narrowed at the base, white with red midrib, 5 - 6 mm, suberect, anthers dark red.

 

Cytology : 2n = 58


In habitat in Oaxaca, Mexico :




Photos Gerhard Köhres






Photos Meinolf Stützer



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