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Lachemilla schiedeana Rydberg, sp. nov
Alchemilla hirsula campes iris Cham. & Schlecht. I^innaea 5:572. 1830; 13: 403. 1839. [Both in part] .
Erect perennial; stem 2-4 dm. high, rather simple, hirsute with ascending hairs; lower leaves petioled, the upper sessile ; stipules connate and adnate to the petioles, often 1 cm. long, divided into linear or lanceolate lobes ; leaf-blades divided to the base into 3 divisions, the lateral ones of the lower leaves usually deeply 2-cleft as in L. procumbens; divisions cuneate or oblanceolate, dark-green, hirsute-strigose on both sides or glabrate above, 1-1.5 cm. long; flowers in small axillary clusters, short-pedicelled ; hypanthium deeply urceolate, about 2 mm. long, acute at the base, coarsely strigose; bractlets and sepals lanceolate, scarcely 1 mm. long, acute ; filaments two thirds as long as the sepals ; pistil solitary, on a rather thick stalk.
Type collected near Angangueo, Mexico, Schiede 588 [herb. Columbia University].
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Per Axel Rydberg. 1908. ROSACEAE (pars). North American flora. vol 22(4). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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Lachemilla pringlei Rydberg, sp. nov
Alchemilla hirsuta campestris Cham. & Schlecht. Iinnaea 5 : 572, in part. 1830.
Erect, perennial, with branched root; stems branched, 3-4 dm. high, sparingly hirsute ; lower leaves petioled, the upper sessile ; stipules connate, and adnate to the petioles, often 1 cm. long, divided into 2-4, linear or lanceolate divisions ; leaf-blades light-green, 3-parted to near the base, sparingly hirsute-strigose beneath, glabrate above, the divisions cuneate or obovate, coarsely toothed above the middle, 1-2 cm. long ; flowers in small, axillary and terminal clusters, subsessile or short-pedicelled ; hypanthium urceolate, a little over 1 mm. long, constricted at the mouth, strigose ; bractlets lanceolate, glabrous, shorter than the ovate, acutish sepals ; filaments half as long as the sepals ; pistils 2-4.
Type collected in Sierra de San Felipe, State of Oaxaca, Mexico, in 1894, Pringle 4876 [herb.
Columbia University] .
Distribution : Central and southern Mexico and Guatemala.
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Per Axel Rydberg. 1908. ROSACEAE (pars). North American flora. vol 22(4). New York Botanical Garden, New York, NY
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