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10 December 2009 A New Species of Catolesia (Asteraceae, Eupatorieae) from Bahia, Brazil
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Catolesia D. J. N. Hind is an endemic, previously monotypic genus (Asteraceae, Eupatorieae) from the campos rupestres of Bahia, Brazil. A second species for the genus, C. huperzioides Roque, H. Robinson & A. A. Conceição, is recognized and described here. It is distinguished from C. mentiens D. J. N. Hind principally by the well-organized terminal synflorescence composed of (7)8 to 12 capitula, of which one is central and larger, its shorter leaves (4–5 mm vs. 7–19 mm in C. mentiens), its white corolla (vs. pink), and the pappus (a brief crown to 0.1 mm vs. mostly absent). Catolesia huperzioides is known only from the municipality of Mucugê and is probably endemic to the Chapada Diamantina Region of Bahia, Brazil.

Nádia Roque, Abel A. Conceição, and Harold Robinson "A New Species of Catolesia (Asteraceae, Eupatorieae) from Bahia, Brazil," Novon: A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature 19(4), 507-510, (10 December 2009). https://doi.org/10.3417/2008036
Published: 10 December 2009
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