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Publ: An. Mus. Nac. Buenos Aires 36: 50 pl. 13 (1929)

Type: Syntypes: Argentina, Prov. Salta, Dept. Cafayate, Valles Calchaquies, Nov. 1919, Hauman s.n. [BA 1110, photo in B!, K!, NY!, isosyntypes: K 321549!, GH]; Argentina, Prov. Catamarca, Dept. Santa María, Valle de Santa María, Quebrada de Balastro, Nov. 1915, Schreiter s.n. [LIL 34573!, isosyntype: A!].

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Distribution: ARGENTINA. Prov. Salta, Catamarca, Tucumán

Habitat: Terrestrial, on dry, rocky slopes, low, thorny shrub vegetation, (500–)1000–1900 m. Elev.

Etymology: The species is named after the Belgian botanist Lucien Leon Hauman-Merck (1880– 1965). He had a position at the University of Buenos Aires (1904–1925) and conducted a lot of investigations and publications of the Argentinean flora.

Phenology: Anthesis from September to February. Pollinators may be birds and insects.

Deuterocohnia haumanii