The new species Senecio glandulifer Dematteis & Cristóbal (Asteraceae) from the open forest of northeastern Argentina is described and illustrated. The new entity belongs to the S. pinnatus complex, and it is distinguished from related species by the glandular hairs and somewhat fleshy leaves. In addition, S. glandulifer presents a chromosome number of 2n = 40, which distinguishes it from the closely related S. pinnatus Poiret with 2n = 80.
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Vol. 16 • No. 4