Begonia depressinerva Pranada

, Phytotaxa 425(3): 155 (2019).
IPNI Life Sciences Identifier (LSID)
urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:77203557-1
Publication
Phytotaxa
Collation
425(3): 155
Date of Publication
5 Dec 2019
Family as entered in IPNI
Begoniaceae

Type Information

Collector Team
M.E.C. Salvador with Christine Joy S. Luna PUPH 0098
Locality
Luzon, Quezon, General Nakar, Barangay Pesa along Kidadayaig Falls on moist boulders and cliffs by the water edge, c. 150m
Collection Date
3 Dec 2018
Type Herbaria
holotype PNH
isotype CAHUP
isotype FEUH
Latitude
14° 42' 59" N
Longitude
121° 34' 40" E
Distribution Of Types
Philippines (Malesia, Asia-Tropical)

Nomenclatural Notes

[epublished]

Remarks

doi:10.11646/phytotaxa.425.3.5 The specific epithet, depressinerva, is derived from the Latin translations of 'depression' and 'nerve' which are depressio and nervus, respectively. It refers to the depressed primary and secondary veins forming a grooved leaf upper surface.