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Two new species of Scutellaria (Lamiaceae) from Thailand and Burma

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Two new species of Scutellaria (Lamiaceae), S. tenasserimensis A. J. Paton and S. khaoyaiensis A. J. Paton, are described here. The name S. cana Wall. ex Benth., recognised as a synonym of S. repens D. Don, is based on specimens belonging to S. repens and S. tenasserimensis. S. cana is lectotypified to clarify the division of these two species. A key to the Scutellaria species of Thailand is provided and the relationships of the species and the relevant morphological characters, particularly nutlets, are discussed.

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The authors thank the Bentham Moxon Trust for funding a trip of the first author to the Bangkok Forest Herbarium where much of this work was done.

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Paton, A., Suddee, S. & Bongcheewin, B. Two new species of Scutellaria (Lamiaceae) from Thailand and Burma. Kew Bull 71, 3 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12225-016-9620-2

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Key Words

  • Dawna
  • Shan and Tenasserim mountain ranges
  • Khao Yai
  • nutlets