Carranza Gonzalez, Eleazar
August 1995
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1995, Issue 32, p33
Academic Journal
Salix aeruginosa is described as a new species from the state of Michoacán. It is found on Northern slopes of the Transversal Volcanic Belt, in wet ravines with both oak forest and oak-pine forest. This plant is closely related to S. jaliscana Jones, however, it differs in the shape of leaves, stipules and fruits.


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