Ipomoea stuckertii O'Donell

Lilloa 14: 188, t. 11, 1948

A species endemic to the sub-Andean region of North-Western Argentina, growing on rocky mountains at around 1000 m, apparently most common in Córdoba. It can be distinguished by its palmatisect leaves, lanate stems and pubescent sepals.

COUNTRIES: Argentina.

DNA SEQUENCES: This species has not been sequenced yet.


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