Morphology of Pseuduvaria trimera A fruiting branch B male inflorescence C side view of a male flower D female inflorescence E side view of a female flower F a female flower, showing the morphology of the inner petals and no glands on the inner petal G side view of the female flower, showing several carpels and two staminodes (with arrows) H fruits I section of one monocarp and seed morphology. Photos: Daniel Thomas (A, H, I); Yun-yun Shao (B–G).

  Part of: Wang Q-L, Zhang H, Shao Y-Y, Wang Z-N, Xue B (2021) A second species of Pseuduvaria in China: the identity of the enigmatic species Meiogyne kwangtungensis. PhytoKeys 172: 1-15.