Solanum Incamayoense: A new tuberous species of Argentina

@article{Okada2008SolanumIA,
  title={Solanum Incamayoense: A new tuberous species of Argentina},
  author={K. A. Okada and Andrea Martina Clausen},
  journal={American Potato Journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={60},
  pages={433-439}
}
Solarium incamayoense is described as a new wild tuber-bearing species from dept. Rosario de Lerma, prov. Salta, Argentina. This species is morphologically related toS. gourlayi Hawkes from which it differs by the shape, size and colour of the leaflets and by the habit of growth. The species is diploid (2n = 24).ResumenSe describe una nueva especie de papa silvestre,Solarium incamayoense, originaria del departamento de Rosario de Lerma, provincia de Salta, Argentina. Esta especie es morfol… 
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