Massonia bakeriana (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae), a new pustulate species from the Northern Cape Province (South Africa)

@inproceedings{Pinter2015MassoniaB,
  title={Massonia bakeriana (Asparagaceae, Scilloideae), a new pustulate species from the Northern Cape Province (South Africa)},
  author={Michael Pinter and Mario Mart{\'i}nez Azor{\'i}n and Manuel B. Crespo and Wolfgang Wetschnig},
  year={2015}
}
As part of a taxonomic revision of the genus Massonia , a new species, M. bakeriana , is here described from the Northern Cape (South Africa). This species is at first sight similar to M. echinata and M. mimetica , but it differs in vegetative, floral, and molecular characters as well as by its ecology and distribution. A complete morphological description of the new species and data on biology, habitat, and distribution are presented. 

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