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1 April 2002 Two new Marina (Leguminosae) from the southern Baja California peninsula, Mexico
Jose Luis León-de la Luz, José J. Pérez-Navarro, Reymundo Domnguez-Cadena
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Marina victoriae and M. brevis are newly described species from the southern Baja California peninsula, Mexico. The former is a perennial herb locally abundant in the eroded hillsides at the foothills of Sierra de la Victoria, where an oak woodland and a dry tropical forest meet. The latter is an elusive ephemeral inhabiting a narrow strip of land between the mangroves and the desert scrub on an island in the Gulf of California. These two new species belong to the series Chrysorrhizae, a group native to the Gulf of California basin.

Jose Luis León-de la Luz, José J. Pérez-Navarro, and Reymundo Domnguez-Cadena "Two new Marina (Leguminosae) from the southern Baja California peninsula, Mexico," Brittonia 54(2), 72-77, (1 April 2002). https://doi.org/10.1663/0007-196X(2002)054[0072:TNMLFT]2.0.CO;2
Published: 1 April 2002
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KEYWORDS
Baja California
Endemism
Gulf Islands
marina
Sierra La Victoria
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