1 Ann. Bot. Fennici 46: ISSN (print) ISSN (online) Helsinki 30 October 2009 Finnish Zoological and Botanical Publishing Board 2009 Two new species of Mahonia (Berberidaceae) from Yunnan, China Zhe Chen 1,2, Heng Li 2, * & Jun-Sheng Ying 3 1) Southwest Forestry University, Kunming , China 2) Kunming Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming , China (*corresponding author s 3) Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing , China Received 29 Apr. 2008, revised version received 11 Sep. 2008, accepted 2 Sep Chen, Z., Li, H. & Ying, J. S. 2009: Two new species of Mahonia (Berberidaceae) from Yunnan, China. Ann. Bot. Fennici 46: Two new species of Mahonia (Berberidaceae), M. dulongensis H. Li and M. lushuiensis T.S. Ying & H. Li, are described and illustrated from Yunnan, China. Mahonia dulongensis is morphologically similar to M. taronensis, but it differs in having teeth on each leaflet margin side, adaxially with conspicuous lateral veins, and inflorescence of 11 fascicled racemes, 5 13 cm long, sometimes with branches. Mahonia lushuiensis is similar to M. polyodonta, but can be easily distinguished by its having 3 4 pairs of leaflets, adaxially with lateral veins flat or inconspicuous, and bracts of inflorescence ovate, cm. Key words: Berberidaceae, Mahonia, new species, taxonomy Berberidaceae is a large family with 17 genera and about 650 species. It is widely distributed in the northern temperate zone and subtropical mountainous region. According to Ying (2001) 11 genera and 303 species occur in China. Mahonia is one of the biggest genera in Berberidaceae. About 60 species are widely distributed in E and SE of Asia, also in western North America, Central America and western South America. There are 31 species in China (including 23 endemic species and one endemic subspecies), mainly in Sichuan, Yunnan, Guizhou and SE of Xizang provinces (Ying 2001). Fifteen species were recorded for Yunnan Province by Bao (1997). During our fieldwork in Yunnan from 2004 to 2005, thousands of specimens were collected. Two species of Mahonia were identified as new after investigating their morphological characteristics (Grierson 1984, Bao 1997, Ying 2001) and examining specimens in the herbaria in KUN and PE. Mahonia dulongensis H. Li, sp. nova (Fig. 1) Species nova M. taronensi affinis sed folio margine spinoso-serraturo, racemis 11 fasciculatis aliquot ramosis, pedicellis bracteis aequilongis vel longioribus differt. Type: China. Yunnan Province, Gongshan, Dulongjiang, N, E, on roadside, alt m above sea level, 5.XI.2004 Gaoligongshan Biodiversity Survey (holotype KUN; isotypes CAS, E). Paratypes:
2 470 Chen et al. Ann. BOT. Fennici Vol. 46 Fig. 1. Mahonia dulongensis (from the holotype, drawn by Yi-Tao Liu). A: Habit. B: Flower. C: Outer sepal. D: Median sepal. E: Inner sepal. F: Petal with two glands. G: Stamen. H: Ovary. China. Yunnan Province, Gongshan County, Dulongjiang town: Dulongjiang elementary school, in broad-leaved forest beside river, alt m, 29.Ⅻ.1990 Dulongjiang Valley Exped (KUN); Moqiewang village, in everygreen forest valley, alt m, 10.Ⅰ.1991 Dulongjiang Valley Exped (KUN); Kongdang village, in everygreen broadleaved forest, alt m, 30.Ⅻ.1990 Dulongjiang Valley Exped (KUN); Dizhengdang village, in everygreen forest, alt m, 12.Ⅳ.1991 Dulongjiang Valley Exped (KUN); Xuebalaka mountains, in broad-leaved forest, alt m, 15.Ⅳ.1991 Dulongjiang Valley Exped (KUN). Etymology. The specific epithet is derived from the name of the county where the specimens were collected. Shrub, 1.5-m tall, evergreen. Leaves imparipinnate alternate, narrowly obovate, ca cm, abaxially green, adaxially dark olivaceous-green, with 8 pairs of leaflets, lowest pair smaller and ca. 1 cm above base of petiole, abaxially with conspicuously raised midvein and lateral veins, adaxially with conspicuous midvein, lateral veins also conspicuous; rachis stout, ca. 0.3 cm in diameter, internodes cm; lowest pair of leaflets ovate or narrowly ovate, cm, margin with 4 6 teeth per side; middle pair of leaflets ovate-lanceolate, cm, base broadly cuneate or subrounded, margin with 9 18 teeth per side, apex caudate-acuminate; terminal leaflet obovate-
3 Ann. BOT. Fennici Vol. 46 Two new species of Mahonia from, China 471 lanceolate, cm, petiolule ca. 2 cm, base cuneate, apex caudate-acuminate, margin with teeth per side. Inflorescence of 11 fascicled racemes, 5 13 cm long, 3 of 11 with branches; bracts of inflorescence ovate to ovateoblong, cm. Pedicel cm long; floral bract lanceolate, mm. Flowers yellow. Outer sepals ovate, ca. 2 1 mm; median sepals oblong-elliptic, ca mm; inner sepals oblong, ca mm. Petals oblong-obovate, ca mm, base with 2 distinct glands, apex entire. Stamens ca. 2 mm; anther connective not prolonged, truncate. Ovary ca. 2.5 mm; ovules 2. Flowering in November, fruit not seen. Mahonia dulongensis is similar to M. tarnoensis, but it is not difficult to distinguish them from each other. Mahonia dulongensis is characterized by having teeth on each leaflet margin side, adaxially with conspicuous lateral veins, and inflorescence consisting of 11 fascicled racemes, 5 13 cm long, sometimes with branches, pedicels longer than bracts or equal. Mahonia tarnoensis has 6 8 teeth per leaflet margin side, adaxially with inconspicuous lateral veins, and inflorescence consisting of 3 5 fascicled racemes, 5 8 cm long, without branches, and bracts longer than pedicels (see Table 1). This species was also collected during the investigation of the Dulongjiang Region in October 1990 to June Mahonia dulongensis H. Li was first mentioned as a nomen nudum in The Flora of Dulongjiang Region (Li 1993). This species is currently known to be distributed only Table 1. Morphological differences among Mahonia dulongensis, M. taronensis, M. lushuiensis and M. polyodonta. M. dulongensis M. taronensis M. lushuiensis M. polyodonta Leaflets 8 pairs 5 10 pairs 3 4 pairs 4 8 pairs Leaflet margin teeth per side 6 8 teeth per side 9 12 teeth per side teeth per side Distance between lowest pair of leaflets and petioles 0.5 cm 1 cm 0.5 cm ( 4) cm Adaxial lateral veins conspicuous inconspicuous inconspicuous conspicuous Top leaflet obovate-lanceolate, lanceolate, ovate-lanceolate, ovate-oblong, margin margin with margin with margin with with 8 12 teeth per teeth per side 5 11 teeth per side 9 12 teeth per side side Racemes 11 fasciled 5 13 cm 3 5 fasciled 5 8 cm, 5 fasciled 4 5 cm 3 5 fasciled 5 6 cm long, sometimes has no branches long, no branches long, no branches branches Bracts of inflorescence cm cm 1 ca. 0.8 cm 2 ca. 1 cm Bracts/ bracts shorter than bracts longer bracts longer bracts longer than pedicels pedicels or equal than pedicels than pedicels pedicels Petals apex entire apex entire apex acutely apex acutely emarginate, emarginate, lobes lobes rounded rounded Habitat in everygreen in forests or growing on in forest, scrubby broad-leaved forest, edge of forests, granite, along slopes, bamboo alt m alt m roadside in sun, thickets, roadsides, alt m rocky areas, alt m Distribution Dulong River region in SE Xizang, Dulong Lushui County in Myanmar, Indian Assam, Gongshan County of River region in western Yunnan, China: NE Guizhou, Yunnan, China Gongshan County China W Hubei, Sichuan, Xizang, of Yunnan, China Yunnan (Luquan, Suijiang, Tengchong, Yanshan)
4 472 Chen et al. Ann. BOT. Fennici Vol. 46 Fig. 2. Mahonia lushuiensis (from the holotype, drawn by Yi-Tao Liu). A: Habit. B: Bract of inflorescence. C: Flower. D: Outer sepal. E: Median sepal. F: Inner sepal. G: Petal with two glands. H: Stamen. I: Ovary. in the Dulong River region in Gongshan County (Li 2000). Mahonia lushuiensis T.S. Ying & H. Li, sp. nova (Fig. 2) Species affinis M. polyodontae, sed foliolis 3 4 jugis, in sicco superne nervis planis, inconspicuis, bracteis fasciculatis ca cm differt. Type: China. Yunnan Province, Lushui County, Luzhang Township, N, E, growing in bamboo thicket, alt m above sea level, 19.V.2005 Gaoligongshan Biodiversity Survey (holotype KUN; isotypes CAS, E). Paratype: Same locality, 19.V.2005 Gaoligongshan Biodiversity Survey (KUN, CAS, E). Etymology. The specific epithet is derived from the name of the county where the specimens were collected. Shrub 0.5 m tall, evergreen. Leaves imparipinnate alternate, narrowly obovate, ca cm, abaxially deep green, adaxially dark green, with 3 4 pairs of leaflets, lowest pair smaller and ca. 0.5 cm above base of petiole, abaxially with conspicuously raised midvein and lateral veins, adaxially with conspicuous mid-
5 Ann. BOT. Fennici Vol. 46 Two new species of Mahonia from, China 473 vein, lateral veins flat or inconspicuous; rachis stout, ca. 2 mm in diameter, internodes ca. 4 cm; lowest pair of leaflets ovate, apex caudate-acuminate, cm, margin with 7 8 teeth per side; middle pair of leaflets elliptic or lanceolate, cm, base cuneate, oblique, margin with teeth per side, apex caudate-acuminate; terminal leaflet ovate-lanceolate, cm, petiolule ca. 2 cm, base cuneate, apex caudate-acuminate, margin with 9 12 teeth per side. Inflorescence of 5 fascicled racemes, 4 5 cm long; bracts of inflorescence ovate, cm. Pedicel 0.4 cm long; floral bract broadly lanceolate, mm. Flowers yellow. Outer sepals ovate-lanceolate, ca. 6 3 mm; median sepals oblong-elliptic, ca mm; inner sepals oblong, ca mm; petals oblong, ca. 4 2 mm, base with 2 distinct glands, apex acutely emarginate, lobes rounded. Stamens ca. 3 mm; anther connective not prolonged, truncate. Ovary ca. 3 mm; ovules 2. Flowering in May, fruit not seen. Mahonia lushuiensis is similar to M. polyodonta, but it is easily distinguished by having 3 4 pairs of leaflets, adaxial lateral veins flat or inconspicuous, and by the bracts of the inflorescence ovate, cm. Mahonia polyodonta has 4 8 pairs of leaflets, adaxial lateral veins conspicuous, and bracts of inflorescence ovatelanceolate, 2 1 cm (see Table 1). Acknowledgements We thank the reviewer for the constructive comments on the manuscript. We are also grateful to Mr. Yi-Tao Liu for drawing the illustrations. The study was supported by the National Science Foundation of the USA (DEB ), the Ministry of Science and Technology of China (2005DKA21006), and the Central University for Nationalities (B08044 and CUN ). References Bao, S. Y. 1997: [Flora of Yunnan, vol. VII]: Sci. Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]. Grierson, A. J. C. & Long, D. G. 1984: Flora of Bhutan, vol. Ⅰ, part 2: Royal Bot. Garden, Edinburgh. Li, H. 1993: Flora of Dulongjiang Region: 67. Sci. Press, Yunnan. [In Chinese with English abstract]. Li, H., Guo, H. J. & Dao, Z. L. 2000: Flora of Gaoligong Mountains: 504. Sci. Press, Beijing. [In Chinese with English abstract]. Ying, J. S. 2001: [Flora of China, 29]: Sci. Press, Beijing. [In Chinese]. This article is also available in pdf format at
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