Debreczy, Rácz & Guízar
This tree has usually a single trunk with branches that ascend and then descend. The crown is columnar to conical in shape with gray-green foliage. The bark is smooth and light gray on young trees, splitting into plates and revealing "blood-red" inner bark on older specimens. The cones are up to 8 by 4 centimeters in size.
- Farjon, A. 2013. Abies hidalgensis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2014.3. Downloaded on 04 April 2015.
- Debreczy, Z. and Rácz, I. (2003). A re-assessment of the new taxa of firs (Abies Mill.) reported from Mexico in 1995. Studia Bot Hung 34 81-110.
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