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  • G. Auvray (a1) and M. F. Newman (a2)
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Cautleya (Royle ex Benth.) Hook.f. (Zingiberaceae) is revised. Two species are recognised, one of them with two varieties. They are found in northern India, Nepal, Bhutan, southern China, Burma, Thailand and Vietnam. A key is given and all taxa are described. Preliminary conservation assessments are made.

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C. Ngamriabsakul , M. F. Newman & Q. C. B Cronk . (2000). Phylogeny and disjunction in Roscoea (Zingiberaceae). Edinburgh J. Bot. 57: 3961.

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