Townsendia gypsophila (Compositae: Astereae): a new species from northern New Mexico
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Townsendia gypsophila, a new species from Sandoval Co., New Mexico, is described and illustrated. It is a narrowly distributed obligate gypsophile closely related toT. fendleri andT. incana. It overlaps the ranges of the two taxa at the edge of their distributional limits in New Mexico.
Key wordsTownsendia New Mexico gypsophily Compositae Astereae
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