Sedum
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HERNANDEZII Meyrán, 1990

Distribution : Mexico (Puebla), E hill slopes with oak forest, ± 2500 m

 

Description (according to IHSP, 2003) :

 

Perennial herbs with numerous ascending to pendent branched stems, ± 14 cm tall, covered with simple hairs.

 

Leaves in whorls of 5, obovate to elliptic, rounded to obtuse, terete, sometimes subterete, furfuraceous, 12 – 14 x 10 – 13 mm, 10 – 11 mm thick, flowering branches erect.

 

Inflorescences few-flowered cymes with dichasial bracts, pedicels  ± 3 mm, papillose.

 

Flowers 5-merous, sepals broadly sessile, lanceolate to triangular, subterete, papillose, light green, ± 3 x 1 mm, petals basally slightly connate, lanceolate, canaliculate, yellow, ± 5 mm, anthers creamy-white to yellow.

 

Obviously related to S. furfuraceum.




Photos Noelene Tomlinson




Photos Emmanuelle Aubé



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