Echeveria strictiflora

A. Gray
Smithsonian Contr. Knowl. 3(5): 76. 1852,.
Illustrated
Treatment appears in FNA Volume 8. Treatment on page 229. Mentioned on page 226.

Caudex mostly simple, 0–2 × 0.5–1.5 cm. Leaves: rosette 12–25-leaved, 5–15 cm wide; blade pale to grayish green, 3–11 × 1–3 cm × 2–6 mm, apex acute to short-acuminate, broadly channeled adaxially. Inflorescences of 1(–2) [several] cincinni; floral stems mostly red, 1–4 dm × 2–7 mm; leaves 6–18, ascending, elliptic to lanceolate, 1–5 cm; cincinnus 10–40-flowered, 5–35 cm, flowers mostly crowded on somewhat zigzag axis. Pedicels 0–2 × 1.5–3 mm. Flowers: calyx pink to red; sepals triangular-oblong, largest 7–13 × 2–5 mm, smallest 4–10 × 1–2.5 mm; corolla 11–17 × 6–9 mm, tube 3–5 mm, lobes lanceolate, 3–4 mm wide, apex sharply acute; gynoecium 6–10 mm; styles green, 1.5–3 mm. 2n = 24.


Phenology: Flowering summer–early fall (until frost).
Habitat: Upper talus slopes and ledges and crevices of limestone or igneous south-facing cliffs
Elevation: 1100-2100 m

Distribution

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Tex., Mexico (Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo León).

Discussion

Selected References

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Lower Taxa

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Reid V. Moran +
A. Gray +
Tex. +, Mexico (Chihuahua +, Coahuila +  and Nuevo León). +
1100-2100 m +
Upper talus slopes and ledges and crevices of limestone or igneous south-facing cliffs +
Flowering summer–early fall (until frost). +
Smithsonian Contr. Knowl. +
Illustrated +
Echeveria strictiflora +
Echeveria +
species +