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The Endemic Plants of Chile

Alstroemeriaceae

Alstroemeria cummingiana Herb.

Place of Publication

Amaryllidaceae: 96 (1837)

Type citation

"Valparaíso 1832" Bridges 35 (Lecotype: K, Isotype: BM (designated by Bayer, 1987).

Synonyms

References

  • Herbert (1837)

    Herbert, W. 1837. ​Amaryllidaceae: Preceeded by an attempt to arrange the Monocotyledonous Orders, and followed by a treatise on cross-bred vegetables, and Supplement. London: James Ridgway and Sons

  • Bayer (1987a)

    Bayer, E. 1987. Die Gattung Alstroemeria in Chile. Mitteilungen (aus) der Botanischen Staatssammlung München 24: 1-362

  • Muñoz-Schick & Moreira-Muñoz (2003)

    Muñoz-Schick, M and Moreira-Muñoz, A 2003. Alstroemerias de Chile; Diversidad, distribución y conservación. Santiago de Chile: Taller La Era

Iconography

  • Bayer (1987a): ilus.: 32, 33, 115
  • Muñoz-Schick & Moreira-Muñoz (2003): págs.: 66, 67

Regions

Coquimbo and Valparaíso

Distribution and habitat

This species has a broad distribution from north of Los Villos (31°45'S) in Región de Coquimbo, to the south of Valparaíso (33°06'S). Typical locations include Playa Ancha and Quebrada del Tigre It grows in the coastal plains and western slopes of the Cordillera de la Costa (Muñoz-Schick & Moreira-Muñoz, 2003).

Distribution

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Descriptions

  • Bayer (1987a)
  • Muñoz-Schick & Moreira-Muñoz (2003)

Habit

Perennial herb from 8 to 45 cm tall. Flowering from November to March.