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Publ: Phytotaxa 430(3): 165-168 (fig. 4 A–E) (2020)

Type: BRAZIL. Minas Gerais: São José do Divino, Serra dos Aimorés, at the base of Pedra Riscada, 427 m elevation, 18º22’19” S, 41º19’45” W, May 2012, R. Vasconcelos s.n., fl. cult. E. Leme 8654 (holotype RB!).

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Distribution: BRAZIL: Minas Gerais

Habitat: terrestrial under shrubby vegetation of the small fragments of dry Atlantic Forest, ca 430 m. Elev.

Etymology: The name of C. univittatus is based on the combination of the Latin word uni, which is the prefixal form of unus, meaning ‘one’, ‘single’, combined with the Latin word vittatus, meaning ‘striped’, as a reference to its leaf blades bearing a single, broad reddish-rose median stripe contrasting with the dark reddish-green marginal stripes.

Cryptanthus univittatus