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JULIANA  Reyes, González-Zorzano & Kristen, 2012

Series Urbiniae

Distribution : Mexico, near the border of Sinaloa and Durango, growing in tropical deciduous forest at 360 m.

Description :

Roots fibrous.

Stem very short, to 2.7 cm.

Rosettes 13 - 18 cm in diameter.

Leaves 4.5 - 8 x 2.5 - 3.8 cm, ca 1 cm thick at the middle, obovate to oblanceolate, acuminate, mucronate, glaucous to pruinose, margin entire, slightly hyaline.

Floral stems 1 - 2 per rosette, about 50 cm tall incl. inflorescence, bracts lanceolate, light pink, glaucous, inflorescence bifurcate, pedicels 4 - 9 mm long.

Flowers : Sepals equal, adpressed, triangular-ovate, 2 - 2.5 mm long, pruinose, corolla urceolate to long urceolate, 10 - 12 mm long, pale pink, pruinose, petals connate at base, lanceolate, 10 - 12 mm long, anthers green.

Flowering time April - May.

 

First published in / D'abord publié dans   Haseltonia 18: 52-55, 2012

 




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