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Aristolochia cochinchinensis (Aristolochiaceae), a new species from southern Vietnam

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Aristolochia cochinchinensis Do (Aristolochiaceae), a new species from southern Vietnam, is described and illustrated. It is characterized by a 6-8 cm long petiole with visible, cylindrical leaf scars, 5-9-flowered cymose inflorescences in clusters of two to four cymes, and a sessile utricle. Information about the distribution, habitat, and phenology as well as a comparison with four morphologically similar species (A. longeracemosa, A. pooniae, A. pothieri and A. yalaensis) is provided. Synapomorphic characters such as an abaxially concave perianth and a completely monosymmetric floral limb with a complete fusion of the three sepals into one or two lobes places A. cochinchinensis in subgenus Aristolochia

Aristolochia cochinchinensis Do

 

(Ann. Bot. Fennici52: 268-273)

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