Psychotria chamelaensis C. M. Taylor & E. Domínguez-Licona was previously confused with P. erythrocarpa Schlechtendal, but this new species can be recognized by its longer narrow calyx lobes and moderate to dense, usually appressed pubescence. It is well documented by specimens from the Chamela Biological Station in Jalisco, Mexico, and is so far known only from at or near that site.
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