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Schizostachyum langbianense, a new species of bamboo (Poaceae: Bambusoideae) from Lang Bian Mountain, Vietnam

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Revista/Conferencia:

PHYTOTAXA

Language:

English

Autor:

Chinh Vu Tien; Duy Nong Van; Phan Nguyen Huu Toan

Experts:

Xia Nianhe; Wong Khoon Meng; Hoang Nghia Nguyen; Van Tien Tran

Año:

2016

Volumen:

257

Edición:

2

Número de páginas:

181-186

Palabras claves:

woody bamboos; Bambuseae; Melocanninae; endemism; high mountain; Truong Son Range

Schizostachyum langbianense is a new woody bamboo from a high mountain, Lang Bian, in southern Vietnam, which is being described and illustrated. It is similar to S. ninhthuanense in having short ultimate inflorescence branchlets on which clusters of a few pseudospikelets are borne. However, it differs in its culm leaves with a horizontal or only slightly concave apical portion, culm leaf blades that are narrowly lanceolate, and a palea that is not apically bifid and dorsally sulcate with 2 keels. Both species occur in the same mountain region, but separated by distinct elevations.