Asteraceae_Eupatorium ceriferum

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Family Asteraceae
Basionym Eupatorium ceriferum McVaugh
Original Identification Eupatorium ceriferum McVaugh
Current Taxon Eupatorium ceriferum McVaugh
Protologue Citation Contributions from the University of Michigan Herbarium 9(4): 390, f. 12. 1972.
Holotype/Isotype Isotype
DUKE Accession Number 237708
Primary Collector Rogers McVaugh
Collector Number 14392
Collection Date 19-21 Nov 1952
Country Mexico
Province/State Jalisco
Plant Location Notes Sierra de Cuale, southwest of Talpa de Allende; southwest of the prominent peak called Piedra Rajada; barrancas in fir zone, on steep south- and west-facing slopes, elevation 1800-2250 m.
Plant Description Notes Abundant on upper slopes. Shrub 3 m. high; flowers white.
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Broad geographical location North America
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