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A new species, Echeveria lyonsii, is described from Tamaulipas, Mexico. It appears to be related to E. shaviana and E. bifida, both with 13 chromosomes. From these, E. lyonsii differs in having 12 chromosomes and smaller flowers. Also discussed is a natural hybrid apparently allied with E. lyonsii.