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1 April 2004 Tigridia amatlanensis (Tigridieae: Iridaceae), a new species from Oaxaca, Mexico
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Tigridia amatlanensis (Tigridieae: Iridaceae), a new species from Oaxaca, Mexico. Brittonia 56: 128–131. 2004.—Tigridia amatlanensis is described and illustrated as a new species from Mexico. It is recognized by its nodding flowers and its inner and outer tepals cirrhous and markedly dimorphic in length. It is most closely related to T. hallbergii subsp. hallbergii and T. meleagris. Other morphologically similar species are T. catarinensis and T. molseediana.

Tigridia amatlanensis (Tigridieae: Iridaceae), a new species from Oaxaca, Mexico. Brittonia 56: 128–131. 2004.—Se describe e ilustra a Tigridia amatlanensis como especie nueva que crece en México. Se reconoce por sus flores péndulas y sus tépalos cirrosos, los interiores mucho más pequeños que los exteriores. El taxón propuesto está relacionado con T. hallbergii subsp. hallbergii, T. meleagris. Morfológicamente, también es similar a T. catarinensis y T. molseediana.

Aaron Rodriguez and Abisai Garcia-Mendoza "Tigridia amatlanensis (Tigridieae: Iridaceae), a new species from Oaxaca, Mexico," Brittonia 56(2), (1 April 2004). https://doi.org/10.1663/0007-196X(2004)056[0128:TATIAN]2.0.CO;2
Published: 1 April 2004
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