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Maclurochloa locbacensis (Poaceae), a New Species of Climbing Bamboo from Vietnam

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A clambering bamboo from southern Vietnam is described as a new species, Maclurochloa locbacensis N.H. Nguyen & V.T. Tran (Poaceae, Bambusoideae) and illustrated in line drawings. It is similar to M. montana and M. tonkinensis, but differs by having deeply concave culm sheaths and flat stigmas.

 

Maclurochloa locbacensis (from the holotype)
A: Culm leaf. — B: Branch complement. — C:Flowering branches. — D: Section of flowering branch. — E: Pseudospikelet. — F: Ventral view of palea. — G: Dorsal view of palea. — H: Lodicules. — I: Stamen. — J: Gynoecium.

(bioone.org)

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