Conamomum odorum , a new species of Zingiberaceae from central Vietnam

Luu Hong Truong, Tran Huu Dang, Nguyen Quoc Dat, Nguyen Tran Quoc Trung, Tran Gioi

Abstract


Conamomum odorum is described as a new species from Khanh Hoa Province, Central Vietnam. It is characterized by sweet smell, striate and narrowly elliptic leaf leaves with short petiole and ligule, ovoid congested inflorescence, pubescent calyx, cream corolla lobes, yellow, obovate and reflexed labellum with median red bands at base and hairy ovary. The new species is illustrated with detailed photographs of key characters and morphologically compared to its closest congeners C. piereanum and C. rubidum. A distribution map of the genus in Vietnam is provided.

 


Keywords


Conamomum odorum, fragrant, new species, Vietnam, Zingiberaceae.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/0866-7160/v41n3.13671 Display counter: Abstract : 205 views. PDF : 43 views.

 

                 

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