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From: Range extension of Christisonia scortechinii from mainland Southeast Asia into Borneo, and notes on the distinction between Aeginetia and Christisonia (Orobanchaceae)

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Flowering material of Christisonia scortechinii from Sabah (Kinabalu Park) (ac) and a purple-tinged variant from Peninsular Malaysia (Sungei Wi, Cameron Highlands) (d). a Side view of flower showing the transparent slime covering. b Cluster of fresh flowers with short calyx lobes and a yellow band on the lip that continues down into the corolla tube. c Open flowers, with one showing the peltate discoid stigma in the throat. d Christisonia with unusual purple-tinged corolla. Photos: Sukaibin Sumail (a), A. van der Ent (b, d) and R. van Vugt (c)

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