Jump to Main Content
- Zhang, Dai-Gui, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Annales botanici Fennici 2018 v.55 no.4-6 pp. 359-362
- Prunus; buds; hypanthium; new species; scientific illustration; stone fruits; taxon descriptions; winter; China
- ... Prunus nutantiflora D.G. Zhang & Z.H. Xiang sp. nova (Rosaceae) from Hunan Province, China, is described, illustrated and compared with morphologically similar species. Prunus nutantiflora resembles especially P. xueluoensis in having three axillary winter buds and an ellipsoid drupe, but differs from it by having a densely pilose style base and a campanulate hypanthium (ca. 4 × 2.5 mm). ...
- Zhang, Dai-Gui, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Systematic botany 2013 v.38 no.1 pp. 154-161
- DNA; Oxalis; chromosome number; corolla; indigenous species; internal transcribed spacers; new species; plant taxonomy; surfaces; taxonomic keys; China
- ... Oxalis wulingensis, an unusual new species of Oxalidaceae from Hunan and Hubei provinces of central China, is described and illustrated. Placement of this species within Oxalis was assessed based on DNA analyses of the nuclear internal transcribed spacer (ITS) and morphological comparisons with related species. This new species can be easily distinguished by its long, obtriangular leaflets, the tw ...