Bulletin of Botanical Research ›› 1987, Vol. 7 ›› Issue (3): 1-9.
The Phyllanthodendron,containing approximately 16 species in the world and widely distributed throughout Malay Peninsula to S. E. China, extending from 95° to 114° of longitude and 5° to 26° of latitude. In China it occurs in the Guizhou, Yuannan, Guangxi and Guandong.In this paper, it includes two sections and ten species, of which one section, four species and one combination are discovered as new and described here.
Li Ping-tao. A REVISION OF THE CHINESE PHYLLAN THODENDRON(EUPHORBIACEAE)[J]. Bulletin of Botanical Research, 1987, 7(3): 1-9.
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