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Fig. 5

From: Molecular systematics of Chiritopsis-like Primulina (Gesneriaceae): one new species, one new name, two new combinations, and new synonyms

Fig. 5

Distribution of Primulina bipinnatifida (black circles), P. chingipengii (black star), P. cordifolia (hexagons), P. huangii (hexagram), P. subulata var. guilinensis (black squares), P. pseudoglandulosa (black down-pointing triangle) and P. repanda (black up-pointing triangles) in Guangxi and Hunan, southern China. The type localities are marked by the light-blue numbers (1–11): 1. Chiritopsis repanda; 2. C. cordifolia; 3. P. huangii; 4. P. chingipengii; 5. P. bipinnatifida var. zhoui (≡ P. zhoui); 6. C. bipinnatifida; 7. C. lingchuanensis; 8. P. jianghuaensis; 9. P. cangwuensis; 10. C. repanda var. guilinensis; 11. C. glanduola var. yangshuoensis. Numbers 12 to 22 denote non-type localities sampled for current study: 12: Bama (Chung 1828); 13: Wuzhuang (Chung 1826); 14: Rong’an (Chung 1808); 15: Tian’e (Chung 1823); 16: Liujiang (Peng 22921); 17: Rongshui (Chung 1815); 18: Lipu (Chung 1852); 19: Yangshuo (Chung 1858); 20: Linggui (Chung 1865); 21: Lingchuan (Chung 1805 and 3028); 22: Hezhou (Chung 2914)

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