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Lepismium lumbricoides is a widely distributed species whose main occurrence in Southern Region of Brazil. This study expands its distribution to the Minas Gerais state, in the southeastern region of Brazil. We present morphological data for this species and comments on its ecology and distribution. Its conservation status according to the IUCN criteria is Least Concern (LC).
References from the text to figures in the article “Rediscovery of Pilosocereus oligolepis (Cactaceae) in the state of Roriama, Brazil” by P. Lavor, R. de Oliveira Perdiz, L. M. Versieux and A. Calvente (Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 88: 3 137–142) were not correctly updated to reflect the actual figure numbers, making the article potentially confusing. The following table gives correct references for the figures in question.