According to Mickel & Smith (2004), “this species can be distinguished from congeners in Mexico by its narrower pinnae [1.2-3 cm wide]  and occurrence at higher elevations”. It is known only form Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador.

Collection Data (F.B. Matos 2400)

Classification & Common Names

General Collection Data
  • Date: 23-III-2014
  • Primary Collector & #: F.B. Matos 2400
  • Collection Party: M. Sundue & R. Torres
  • Det. History: F.B. Matos, III.2014
  • Habitat: road bank
  • Habit: Terrestrial
  • Specimen Locations: MEXU, NY
Additional Comments

Collection Location