中国-ヒマラヤ地域におけるイブキトラノオ属(タデ科)の新知見 New and Noteworthy Species of Bistorta (Polygonaceae) from the Sino-Himalayan Region
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Two new species of Bistorta (Polygonaceae), B. albiflora and B. tubistipulis are described from the Sino-Himalayan region of China. Bistorta albiflora differs from B. vivipara (L.) S. F. Gray by the partly paniculate, conically shaped racemes, the decumbent flowering stems, the Ushaped rhizomes and the apiculate bracts. Bistorta tubistipulis is distinguished from B. sherei by the tubular stipule of the cauline leaves. Bistorta sherei, described from Nepal, was newly found from Bhutan and China (Tibet and Yunnan). Its circumscription is revised.
- Bulletin of the National Science Museum. Series B, Botany
Bulletin of the National Science Museum. Series B, Botany 28(4), 141-148, 2002-12
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