Magnolia maudiae Dunn (Figlar) var. rubicunda (T.P. Yi & J.C. Fan) C.B. Callaghan & S.K. Png, Dunn (Figlar) var. rubicunda (T. P. Yi & J. C. Fan) 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

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scientific name

Magnolia maudiae Dunn (Figlar) var. rubicunda (T.P. Yi & J.C. Fan) C.B. Callaghan & S.K. Png
status

comb. nov.

Magnolia maudiae Dunn (Figlar) var. rubicunda (T.P. Yi & J.C. Fan) C.B. Callaghan & S.K. Png   comb. nov.

Basionym.

Michelia maudiae Dunn var. rubricunda   T.P. Yi & J.C. Fan. In: J.C. Fan et al., J. Sichuan Forest. Sci. Tech. 30(4): 68, plate 1 (2009).

Chinese name.

红花深山含笑 meaning "red-flowered deep mountains michelia"

Type.

CHINA. Sichuan Province: Dujiangyan, cultivated at the Arboretum of Sichuan Agricultural University, 22 February 2009, T.P. Yi 09001 (holotype: SAUT=SIFS, fl. n.v.). Other specimens recorded: same locality, 13 September 2008, T.P. Yi 08005 (SAUT=SIFS, fr. n.v.). Sichuan Province: Dujiangyan Juyuan Nursery, 20 August 2008, T.P. Yi 08004 (SAUT=SIFS, fr. n.v.). [Introduced from Tongdao County, Hunan Province].