Friday, November 29, 2013

[Botany • 2013] Seven new species of Miliusa (Annonaceae) from Thailand


Figure 2. Flowers of (A) Miliusa intermedia sp. nov., (B) Miliusa thailandica sp. nov., and (C)–(D) Miliusa campanulata Pierre.
Photographs: (A) Simon Gardner, (B) Kithisak Aongyong, (C)–(D) Charndanai Pradubpet.

Abstract
Seven new species of the genus Miliusa are described from Thailand (M. fragrans, M. hirsuta, M. intermedia, M. nakhonsiana, M. sessilis, M. thailandica, and M. umpangensis). A key to the 19 species of Miliusa in Thailand is provided. In addition, the complete taxonomic nomenclature of all known species of Miliusa in Thailand is given, with several new proposed synonyms. The new as well as the known species of Miliusa in Thailand are classified into four morphological groups on the basis of a combination of flower and/or inflorescence position and inner petal morphology proposed earlier.


Chaowasku T. & Keßler P.J.A. 2013. Seven new species of Miliusa (Annonaceae) from Thailand. Nordic Journal of Botany. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1756-1051.2012.01785.x
researchgate.net/publication/259551466_Seven_new_species_of_Miliusa_%28Annonaceae%29_from_Thailand

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