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Sedum minimum Rose (Crasssulaceae), a quite diminutive stonecrop, it is reported for the first time at Veracruz state, in eastern Mexico. It was found at 4170 masl, in the alpine tundra or Paramo vegetation at the Cofre of Perote volcano, in central Veracruz, the closest population it is at Iztaccihuatl volcano, in Puebla state.