Aeonium
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x monteaquaense  Arango, 2017

Par: Aeonium haworthii Webb & Berthel. × Aeonium tabuliforme (Haw.) Webb & Berthel.

 

Aeonium ×monteaquaense Arango, Tres nuevas notoespecies de las islas Canarias, Vieraea 45: 269-273. (Oct) 2017.

 

Etym: Named for Monte del Agua, Tenerife.

 

T: Islas Canarias, north-central Tenerife, Monte del Agua, a laurel forest, 730m; 12 May 2016, O. Arango (ex hort.)

 

HT: TFC 52.550.

 

IT: TFMC/PV.

Distribution : Canary Islands, Tenerife, Monte del Agua, 730 m.

 

Description :

 

Perennial unbranched or rarely few (1-3) branched subshrub, intermediate between parents, 12-15 cm tall.

 

Stems to 1,0 cm in diameter, bark slightly rough and brown-greyish.

 

Rosettes flattened, 14-16 cm in diameter.

 

Leaves obovate to oblanceolate-spatulate, apex glabrate, margin with conical cilia.

 

Inflorescence lax, panicular, pyramidal; central stem, peduncles and calyx glabrous, pedicels glabrate.

 

Flowers 7-9 merous, corolla pale yellow, almost cup shaped.

 

Stamens white, glabrescent ; ovaries white, glabrous, and styles glabrescent, diverging from the base.

Published in Vieraea 45:269-273, 2017.




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