Magnolia admirabilis (Y.H. Law & R.Z. Zhou ex L. Fu, Q.W. Zeng & X.M. Hu) C.B. Callaghan & S.K. Png, C. B. Callaghan & S. K. Png, 2020

Callaghan, Christopher B. & Png, Siak K., 2020, Twenty-six additional new combinations in the Magnolia (Magnoliaceae) of China and Vietnam, PhytoKeys 146, pp. 1-35: 1

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/phytokeys.146.52114

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Magnolia admirabilis (Y.H. Law & R.Z. Zhou ex L. Fu, Q.W. Zeng & X.M. Hu) C.B. Callaghan & S.K. Png
status

comb. nov.

Magnolia admirabilis (Y.H. Law & R.Z. Zhou ex L. Fu, Q.W. Zeng & X.M. Hu) C.B. Callaghan & S.K. Png   comb. nov.

Basionym.

Manglietia admirabilis   Y.H. Law & R.Z. Zhou ex L. Fu, Q.W. Zeng & X.M. Hu, Novon 23(1): 37, fig. 1 (2014).

Chinese name.

奇异木莲 meaning "distinctive Manglietia   "

Type.

CHINA. Yunnan Province: Maguan County, Gulinqing, Chuntianping, ca. 1300 m, limestone montane evergreen broad-leaved forests, 12 May 1986, Zhou Ren-zhang 98 (holotype: IBSC n.v.). Guangdong Province: Guangzhou, Magnolia   Garden of South China Botanical Garden, ca. 50 m, 3 May 2011, Lin Fu 20110503 (paratype: IBSC n.v.)

Note.

There is no data or images held at IBSC for the holotype (Huang Xiangxu, pers. comm., July 2019).