Lorea Hernandez, Francisco G.
September 1997
Acta Botanica Mexicana;1997, Issue 40, p1
Academic Journal
An overview of the species of Cinnamomum (Lauraceae) in Mexico is presented, and five new species (Cinnamomum bractefoliaceum, C. glossophyllum, C. leptophyllum, C. velveti, and C. zapatae) from this country are described and illustrated; comments on their distribution and possible relationships to other species of the genus are advanced. Additionally, two new names (Cinnamomum concinnum and C. grisebachii) are proposed. A key to the Mexican species of the genus is provided.


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