New Taxa
The newest published taxa and newest record of Gesneriaceae from China before 31 December 2019 (28)


 

No.28 Hong Jiang, Tan Deng, Xin-Yun Lv, Ren-Bo Zhang & Fang Wen

 


Primulina serrulata (Gesneriaceae), a new species from southeastern Guizhou, China

 



PhytoKeys 2019(132): 11–18

 

 

 



 

Abstract

 

Primulina serrulata R.B.Zhang & F. Wen, a new species from a limestone area in southeastern Guizhou, China, is described and illustrated here. The new species is morphologically related to P. fimbrisepala (Hand.-Mazz.) Y.Z.Wang. We examined the morphological differences between these congeners and provide illustrations and photographs of this new species in this paper.


      Original Link: https://phytokeys.pensoft.net/article/36717/

 

 

 



 Figure 1. Primulina serrulata. A natural habitat B habit in flowering C cyme and flower in top view D flowers in front view. Charted by Wen-Hua Xu.

 




 

 

 

Figure 2. Primulina serrulata. A habit B adaxial leaf blade C cyme, bracts, flower in frontal view and flower in lateral view D opened corolla for showing stamens and staminodes E adaxial calyx lobes F pistil G cross section of ovary. Drawn by Tan Deng.

 






 

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Figure 3. Primulina serrulata. A, C different shapes of adaxial leaf blades B, D different shapes of abaxial leaf blades E cyme, bracts, flower in top view F bracts and bracteoles G corolla in frontal view H corolla in lateral view I adaxial calyx lobes J abaxial calyx lobes K opened corolla L pistil. Charted by Wen-Hua Xu.










 

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The newest published taxa and newest record of Gesneriaceae from China before 31 December 2019 (28)

Figure 4. The corolla throat character of Primulina serrulata’s congener, P. fimbrisepala. A from Wenzhou city, Zhejiang B from Ziyuan County, Guangxi C from Jinxiu County, Guangxi D from Ruyuan County, Guangdong. Photoed by Fang Wen, Charted by Wen-Hua Xu.