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NOTES ON CYRTANDRA (GESNERIACEAE) FROM JAPAN, TAIWAN AND BATAN ISLAND (PHILIPPINES)

  • K. Nishii (a1), G. Kokubugata (a2), M. Möller (a1) and H. J. Atkins (a1)

Abstract

As part of ongoing molecular phylogenetic work on the large Gesneriaceae genus Cyrtandra, new insights into the taxonomy and relationships of the Cyrtandra of Japan, Taiwan and Batan Island in the northern Philippines have emerged. Cyrtandra umbellifera is confirmed as a species with a distribution that includes both Taiwan and Batan Island. Cyrtandra yaeyamae is found to be distinct from the widespread C. cumingii, with a distribution that includes both the Ryukyu Islands in Japan and Batan Island.

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