A new species in the genus Nomocharis Franchet (Liliaceae): evidence that brings the genus Nomocharis into Lilium

@article{Gao2011ANS,
  title={A new species in the genus Nomocharis Franchet (Liliaceae): evidence that brings the genus Nomocharis into Lilium},
  author={Yundong Gao and Markus Hohenegger and A J Harris and Songdong Zhou and Xing-Jin He and Juan Wan},
  journal={Plant Systematics and Evolution},
  year={2011},
  volume={298},
  pages={69-85}
}
Nomocharis aperta (Franchet) E. Wilson is a heterogeneous species including morphotypes with pink tepals bearing swellings on both sides of the inner tepal’s basal median channel and those with yellow tepals lacking swellings. Molecular phylogenetic and pair-wise distance analyses of nrITS and chloroplast psbA-trnH support recognition of the yellow-flowered morphotype lacking nectary processes as a new, separate species of Nomocharis. Here, we present the new species, Nomocharis gongshanensis Y… Expand

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