Lespedeza danxiaensis Q. Fan, W.Y. Zhao & K.W. Jiang and L. pilosa (Thunb.) Siebold & Zucc. L. danxiaensis (A–J) A habit, bushwood on the mountaintop of Danxia landform B plant, stems procumbent C adaxial view of leaf, surface green, leather D abaxial view of one leaflet, surface greyish-green with densely pubescent E flowering branchlet with flower bud, stipule triangular-lanceolate, apex acute F front view of flower G lateral view of flower, bracteoles long ovate, sepals narrowly lanceolate H fruiting branchlet, show the long peduncles I fruit, densely pubescent, stamens persistent J flowering branchlet, peduncles usually longer than 1 cm, flower pink to pale purple, young branch reddish brown L. pilosa (K–L) K branchlet with unripe fruit, leaf papery L flowering branchlet, peduncles short, flower white, young branch green. (Photographs: A-J by Qiang Fan K–L by Kai-Wen Jiang).

  Part of: Zhao W-Y, Jiang K-W, Chen  Z-X, Tian B, Fan Q (2021) Lespedeza danxiaensis (Fabaceae), a new species from Guangdong, China, based on molecular and morphological data. PhytoKeys 185: 43-53. https://doi.org/10.3897/phytokeys.185.72788