Habitat and morphology of B. taliensis (Photos by Daike Tian) A habitat B population with pure-green leaves C, D blooming individuals with variegated leaves E comparison of variegated and solid green-leaved individuals (adaxially and abaxially views) F–H inflorescence of large individuals and young fruits with red lines (G) I underground tubers (usually 2–3 connected) with numerous roots.

  Part of: Tian D-K, Xiao Y, Li Y-C, Yan K-J (2020) Several new records, synonyms, and hybrid-origin of Chinese begonias. PhytoKeys 153: 13-35. https://doi.org/10.3897/phytokeys.153.50805