Place of Publication
Linnaea 28(6): 646 (1858)
Closely related to Ribes cucullatum (and treated in synonym by some authorities) but differs by its leaves being coarsely serrate (rarely trilobed); the flowers can be solitary or borne in axillary clusters, (with long stalk, 2-6 mm) and tubular, forming a chalice with lobes of 2.5 mm long (Garcia, 2010).
Distribution and habitat
Very infrequent in the Coastal Cordillera where it forms part of the mattoral vegetation on slopes with Discaria trinervis and Adesmia resinosa between 200 and 2100 m above sea level.
Philippi R.A. (1858a)
Philippi, R.A. 1858. Plantarum novarum Chilensium: centuria secunda, tertia. Linnaea 28(heft 6): 661-704, 705-752
García, N. 2010a. Caracterización de la flora vascular de Altos de Chicauma, Chile (33º S). Gayana. Botánica 67(1): 65-112