Jasminum extensum wall. ex G. Don (Oleaceace), a new record to the flora of Vietnam

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Title
Jasminum extensum wall. ex G. Don (Oleaceace), a new record to the flora of Vietnam
Author(s)
B H Quang; T T Bach; R K Choudhary; V T Chinh; D V Hai; Sang-Hong Park; Joongku Lee
Bibliographic Citation
Taiwania, vol. 58, no. 2, pp. 128-131
Publication Year
2013
Abstract
One rare, poorly known species from India, South China and Thailand - Jasminum extensum Wall. ex G. Don is recently discovered in Vietnam representing a new record to the flora of the country. The plant differs from its closely related species viz. Jasminum pierreanum in having coriaceous leaves and 5-6 primary veins in each side of the mid-rib. Detailed information on taxonomy, types, morphology, habitat, ecology, distribution and studied voucher specimens, as well as illustrations are provided here for species identification.
Keyword
Flora of VietnamJasminumNew recordOleaceaeTaxonomy
ISSN
0372-333X
Publisher
Natl Taiwan Univ Press
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.6165/tai.2013.58.128
Type
Article
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