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Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 2nd, A, 192

Authors: Published In: Memoir of a Tour to Northern Mexico: connected with Col. Doniphan's Expedition in 1846 and 1847 98–99. 1848. (Mem. Tour N. Mexico) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
Locality: A common plant from the Jornada del Muerto, in New Mexico, to Chihuahua, Saltillo and Monterrey, flower in April, fruit by the end of May
Distribution: Mexico
Type Specimens
  • LT: A. Wislizenus - 261. (MO/BC:MO-157337/A:1963160)
    • Lectotype designated by: Reference article Henrickson, J. 1972. A taxonomic revision of the Fouquieriaceae. Aliso 7(4): 508.
  • LT: A. Wislizenus 261; 29 Apr 1847; Mexico: Chihuahua: Santa Cruz, ca. 75 km south of Chihuahua towards Saucillo (MO-1963160) LT designated by Henrickson, Aliso 7(4): 508, 515-516 (1972)
Higher Taxa:     Taxonomy Browser
Concept:    details Projects: Desert Trees , IPCN , VPA

Common Names:
  • canglewood (English, United States)
  • coach-whip (English, United States)
  • Jacob's-staff (English, United States)
  • ocotillo (English, United States)
  • vine cactus (English, United States)
Keywords: BCA, FNA, IPCN

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