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LECTOTYPIFICATION OF STEPHANIA PIERREI (MENISPERMACEAE)

  • C. Dary (a1) (a2), S. Hul (a2), S. Kim (a3) and F. Jabbour (a2)
Abstract

Stephania pierrei Diels (Menispermaceae) is a species recorded from the Indo-Chinese Peninsula. It is the only species of the genus bearing apetalous flowers. Diels did not cite a holotype in his publication in 1910. We provide here a more precise description of Stephania pierrei and select a lectotype for this name.

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Edinburgh Journal of Botany
  • ISSN: 0960-4286
  • EISSN: 1474-0036
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