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Two New Infraspecific Taxa in Florida Dicerandra (Labiatae)

Robin B. Huck
Novon
Vol. 11, No. 4 (Winter, 2001), pp. 417-420
DOI: 10.2307/3393153
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3393153
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Two New Infraspecific Taxa in Florida Dicerandra (Labiatae)
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Abstract

A new subspecies, Dicerandra frutescens Shinners subsp. modesta (Labiatae), is described for Florida. Occurring only in Polk County, this new taxon is distinguished from D. frutescens subsp. frutescens in Highlands County by the number of flowers per cyme, corolla coloration, shape of the upper lip of the corolla, and chromosome number. A new variety, D. immaculata Lakela var. savannarum, is described from east coastal Florida and is separated from D. immaculata var. immaculata by its wider leaves and lax habit.

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