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Alstroemeria hookeri Lodd. subsp. sansebastiana Baeza & E. Ruiz

  1. Classified in >
  2. genus: Alstroemeria >
  3. Family: Alstroemeriaceae

Place of Publication

Gayana, Bot. 68(2): 313 (2011)

Type citation

Chile. VIII Región. Provincia de Bío-Bío. Yumbel. Camino estación Yumbel hacia Puente Perales, 102 m, (37º09’S-72º32’W). 30-XII-2002. C. Baeza 4187 (CONC). (holotipo, CONC. ).

Conservation status

  • EN B1ab(iii) (Baeza & Ruiz (2011))

Iconography

  • Baeza & Ruiz (2011): fig 1A
  • Descriptions

    • Baeza & Ruiz (2011)

    Habit

    Perennial up to 48 cm tall.

    Key characteristics

    This subspecies closely resembles ssp. hookeri from which it differs in growing much taller, inflorescence with longer pedicles (greater than 3 cm). The flowers are paler pink, with darker streaks on the inside of the upper tapals.

    Regions

    Biobío and Ñuble

    Distribution and habitat

    Restricted to a small area on the border of Regions Biobio and Ñuble near to Pangal del Laja (Baeza et al. 2010). Here it grows in very sandy soils in an area which is subject to extreme erosion that has been planted with Pinus radiata.

    References

    • Baeza & Ruiz (2011)

      Baeza, C.M. and Ruiz, E 2011. Alstroemeria hookeri Lodd. subsp. sansebastiana C.M. Baeza & E. Ruiz, nueva para la flora de Chile. Gayana. Botánica 68(2): 313-315