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29 November 2010 Scutellaria sipilensis (Lamiaceae), una Especie Nueva para el Occidente de México
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Scutellaria sipilensis Cuevas (Lamiaceae) is proposed as a new species from Jalisco, Mexico, which is accommodated within section Cardinales Epling or in the species group “speciosa” as defined by Paton. The species is related to S. longifolia Benth., S. glabra Leonard, S. saslayensis A. Pool, and S. rosei Fernald, from which it differs by its widely ovate leaves, trichomes of greater size, persistent bracts, and in general by its much smaller floral structures.

Ramón Cuevas Guzmán "Scutellaria sipilensis (Lamiaceae), una Especie Nueva para el Occidente de México," Novon: A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature 20(4), 396-399, (29 November 2010). https://doi.org/10.3417/2009035
Published: 29 November 2010
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