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“Stones form Other Hills May Serve to Polish the Jade of This One” Series 2020 No.1 *


No.1 TRAN Thi Phuong Anh, BUI Hong Quang , NGUYEN Khang Sinh ,

AVERYANOV Leonid & WEN Fang



Notes on taxonomy of Petrocosmea Oliv. (Gesneriaceae) from Vietnam


Guihaia, Firstly Releasing on the Network (CNKI): 9th Jan., 2020


 



ABSTRACT


         Petrocosmea martinii (H. Léveillé) H. Léveillé and P. sericea C. Y. Wu ex H. W. Li, formerly considered as endemic species of China, with the former was once thought to be distributed in Guizhou, northern Guangxi and southeastern Yunnan provinces and the latter is only distributed in southeastern Yunnan province, are also found in Vietnam at present. This finding raises the number of Petrocosmea known from Vietnam are five species. The descriptions, illustrations, conservation status assessment of two newly recorded Petrocosmea and identification key to all known Petrocosmea from Vietnam are here provided.

         Original article link:http://kns.cnki.net/kcms/detail/45.1134.Q.20200108.1803.017.html

 

  * Editor’s Notes: GCCC will push some relevant researches results about Gesneriaceae at home and abroad but aperiodically. However, GCCC will still incline to report those contents about taxonomy, biodiversity and biogeography of Gesneriaceae. By the way, more and more researching articles will be reported and published in Chinese journal from this year. Please give as much attention to the jointed releasing by MOST & MOE in recent days!




“Stones form Other Hills May Serve to Polish the Jade of This One” Series 2020 No.1 *

Note: A. Habitat in flowering; B. The frontal views of corollas; C. Plants, flowers and leaves with scale; D. Opened corolla. (Photoed by Dr. Nguyen Khang Sinh)

Fig. 1 Petrocosmea martinii (H. Léveillé) H. Léveillé





“Stones form Other Hills May Serve to Polish the Jade of This One” Series 2020 No.1 *

Note: A. Habitat in flowering; B. The lateral view of corolla; C. The frontal views of corollas and extended pistil; D. Plants; E. The adaxial and abaxial leaf blades; F. Dissection of corolla; G. The lateral view of corolla and anthers; H. Opened corolla. (Photoed by Dr. Nguyen Khang Sinh)

Fig. 2 Petrocosmea sericea C. Y. Wu ex H. W. Li