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A reassessment of Pinus Subgen. Pinus in China

  • De-Zhu Li

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A recent study of Pinus subgen. Pinus for the Flora of China project recognized 10 native species with four new combinations, all at subspecies rank, and determined one new homonym, and six new synonyms. A neotype is designated for P. kesiya. Doubtful or little-known species are listed.

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A reassessment of Pinus Subgen. Pinus in China

  • De-Zhu Li

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