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111b. Begonia palmata var. bowringiana (Champion ex Bentham) Golding & Karegeannes, Phytologia. 54: 494. 1984.

红孩儿 hong hai er

Begonia bowringiana Champion ex Bentham, J. Bot. Kew Gard. Misc. 4: 120. 1852; B. edulis H. Léveillé var. henryi H. Léveillé; B. ferruginea Hayata (1911), not Linnaeus f. (1782); B. kouytcheouensis Guillaumin; B. laciniata subsp. bowringiana (Champion ex Bentham) Irmscher; B. laciniata var. bowringiana (Champion ex Bentham) A. Candolle; B. laciniata subsp. principalis Irmscher; B. randaiensis S. Sasaki; Doratometra bowringiana (Champion ex Bentham) Seemann.

Stem and petiole densely rusty twisted tomentose; blade variable in shape, often obliquely ovate, 5-16 × 3.5-13 cm, abaxially sparsely rusty twisted tomentose, more densely so on veins, adaxially densely hispidulous, sometimes sparsely hirsute, base obliquely cordate, lobed or divided to 1/2; lobes broadly triangular to narrowly triangular, margin toothed, apex acuminate. Flowers rose or white; tepals abaxially densely hairy. Fl. Jun, fr. Jul.

● Evergreen broad-leaved forests, on rocks in shaded moist environments by streams in valleys; 100-2500 m. Fujian, Guangdong, Guangxi, Guizhou, Hainan, Hunan, Jiangxi, Sichuan, Taiwan, Xizang, Yunnan.


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