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Artemisia baxoiensis (Asteraceae: Anthemideae), a Distinctive New Species from Xizang, China

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A new species of Artemisia (Asteraceae: Antemideae) from Xizang, China, A. baxoiensis , is described, illustrated, and discussed based on morphological, micromorphological, and molecular phylogenetic evidence. It grows in the Nu Jiang dry-hot valley and is narrowly distributed. This plant is similar to Neopallasia pectinata, but different in capitula and indumentum. Artemisia baxoiensis has a distinctive morphology with a pectinately pinnatisect leaf blade and unusually dense glandular hairs.
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Keywords: Dry-hot valley; endemism; micromorphology; morphology; phylogeny

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: June 30, 2019

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