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Camellia annamensis (Theaceae), a new species from central Vietnam

Ngọc-Sâm Ly, Văn-Dũng Lũơng, Thị-Hương Lễ, Ngọc-Đài Đổ, Ninh Trân, Anh-Đức Nguyễn, Thị-Liễu Nguyễn, Chiyomi Uematsu, Hironori Katayama

Published on: 15 April 2022

Page: 243 - 249

DOI: 10.6165/tai.2022.67.243

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2022 vol.67 no.2 pp.243-249

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