Capparidastrum tuxtlense (Capparaceae), a new Mexican endemic

@article{Cornejo2009CapparidastrumT,
  title={Capparidastrum tuxtlense (Capparaceae), a new Mexican endemic},
  author={Xavier Cornejo and Hugh H. Iltis},
  journal={Brittonia},
  year={2009},
  volume={62},
  pages={120-125}
}
We describe and illustrate Capparidastrum tuxtlense, a narrow endemic, known only from the eastern slopes of Volcán San Martín, (10–450 m), Veracruz, Mexico. Capparidastrum tuxtlense is similar to Capparidastrum discolor, but differs by foliar, floral, and fruit characters. A discussion of putative relatives and a key to the Central American species of Capparidastrum are included.ResumenDescribimos e ilustramos Capparidastrum tuxtlense, una especie endémica local, restringida a la porción baja… 
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