@Article{taiwania2022672211, AUTHOR = {Zhao-Cen Lu, Zhang-Ping Huang, Ping Yang, Yan Liu}, TITLE = {Iris calcicola (Iridaceae), a new species from limestone areas of northern Guangxi, China based on morphological and molecular evidence}, JOURNAL = {Taiwania}, VOLUME = {67}, YEAR = {2022}, ISSUE = {2}, PAGES = {211-216}, URL = {https://taiwania.ntu.edu.tw/abstract/1828}, ABSTRACT = {Iris calcicola Z.C.Lu, Z.P.Huang & Yan Liu, a new species of Iris sect. Lophiris was found from limestone areas of Guangxi, China. Iris calcicola is similar to Iris japonica Thunb., but differs by its inflorescence simple; flowering stems ascendent, with 2–5 branches; spathes 2, narrowly lanceolate, 2–3.8 cm long, 1–2 (3)-flowered, apex acuminate; flower segments obliquely ascending, not spreading when blooming; pedicel enveloped by spathes or subequal to spathes; outer segments elliptic, with prominent, irregular, yellow crest.}, DOI = {10.6165/tai.2022.67.211} }