Aeonium
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x teneriffae  Bramwell & Rowley ex P.V.Heath, 1995

Par: Aeonium ciliatum  Webb & Berthel. × Aeonium urbicum  (Hornem.) Webb & Berthel.

Aeonium ciliatum  Webb & Berthel. × Aeonium urbicum  (Hornem.) Webb & Berthel., in Praeger, Semperviva of the Canary Islands area, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 38 Sect.B (1): 471-472. 1929; Praeger, An account of the Sempervivum group: 186. (Aug) 1932.

Aeonium ×teneriffae Bramwell & G.D.Rowley, in Jacobsen & Rowley, Some name changes in succulent plants, Part V., National Cactus and Succulent Journal 28: 5. (Mar) 1973 nom. inval. (Art. 39.1, 40.1). [Praeger did not provide a Latin description or any illustration]

Aeonium ×teneriffae Bramwell & G.D.Rowley ex P.V.Heath, Miscellaneous amendments, Calyx 5(2): 51. (Jan) 1995.

Etym: From the latinised form of Tenerife, teneriffa.

T: Islas Canarias; Jul 1994, Ángel Bañares.

HT: TFC 25.026.

Description (according to Praeger, An Account of the Sempervivum Group, 1932) :

In all respects intermediate between the parents when characteristic, but connected with both by secondary crosses. Usually slightly branched, with leaves, inflorescence, etc., smaller than urbicum and larger than ciliatum. 




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