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A study on aroids in Gaoligong Mountains

Acta Botanica Yunnanica (Suppl. 11): 44-54
A study on aroids in Gaoligong Mountains
Gaoligong Mountains is an area that spans the border of Yunnan Province in China and Myanmar. The area is of great botanical interest due to its high botanical diversity, largely undisturbed vegetation, and limited of botanical exploration. The main genera of Araceae in the area are Arisaema, Remusatia, Rhaphidophora, and Typhonium. By far the most common genus is Arisaema with a large diversity of species throughout the area.

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