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PhytoKeys 140 (2020)
Papers published: 11   |  Total pages: 158
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Asian Russia (1), Comores (1), Asia (2), Africa (1), Peru (1), Indian Ocean Islands (1), South America (1), China (2), Americas (3), Taiwan (1), Madagascar (1)
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PhytoKeys 139 (2020)
Papers published: 10   |  Total pages: 118
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Brazil (1), Americas (3), Andes (1), Asia (4), Argentina (1)
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PhytoKeys 138 (2020)
Plant diversity of Southeast Asia-II
Jin X-H, Xia N-H, Tan Y-H

The special issue of plant diversity in Southeast Asia will focus on the documentation of new discoveries in SE Asia. There are four global biodiversity hotspots in Southeast Asia. Although there are many plans to protect this rich biodiversity, however, the rich biodiversity in SE Asia is under threat due to economic development and population growth. There is a huge gap between our knowledge and biodiversity in SE Asia. During the last six investigations, many new taxa, including new species, new genera, have been discovered. This special issue will bring the rich but little known biodiversity to the public and protect them.

Papers published: 18   |  Total pages: 240
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Asia (16), China (1), Laos (2), Myanmar (4), Far East (5)
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PhytoKeys 137 (2020)
Scorzonera sensu lato (Asteraceae, Cichorieae) – taxonomic reassessment in the light of new molecular phylogenetic and carpological analyses
Maxim A. Zaika, Norbert Kilian, Katy Jones, Anastasiya A. Krinitsina, Maya V. Nilova, Anna S. Speranskaya, Alexander P. Sukhorukov
Papers published: 1   |  Total pages: 86
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North Africa (1), Europe (1), Asia (1)
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PhytoKeys 136 (2019)
Papers published: 6   |  Total pages: 126
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Turkey (1), Africa (2), Thailand (1), Americas (1), Mozambique (1), Asia (3)
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PhytoKeys 135 (2019)
Papers published: 11   |  Total pages: 132
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Americas (1), Morocco (1), South America (1), Central Asia (1), Far East (1), Kenya (1), North Africa (1), Colombia (1), Andes (1), Africa (2), China (1), Netherlands (1), Asia (4), Europe (1)
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PhytoKeys 134 (2019)
Papers published: 5   |  Total pages: 134
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PhytoKeys 133 (2019)
Papers published: 5   |  Total pages: 132
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Europe (1), Africa (1), Asia (3)
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PhytoKeys 132 (2019)
Papers published: 9   |  Total pages: 130
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PhytoKeys 131 (2019)
Papers published: 8   |  Total pages: 126
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PhytoKeys 130 (2019)
Revealing of the plant diversity in China’s biodiversity hotspots
Jie Cai, Wen-Bin Yu, Ting Zhang, De-Zhu Li

China is home to four of the world’s biodiversity hotspots: Indo-Burma, Mountains of Southwest China, Eastern Himalaya and Mountains of Central Asia. The rapid economic development of China puts these areas under serious threat. Meanwhile, the infrastructure development improves the accessibility and creates great chance for botanists to discover the plant diversity in these regions. China’s biodiversity hotspots are found mainly in the mountainous areas with isolated habitats and high level of endemism. However, these valuable regions remain poorly studied, species richness of biodiversity in these regions is underestimated. In order to document, understand and conserve China’s biodiversity, Chinese government launched projects to conduct biodiversity investigation and baseline species surveys across country, especially in Southwest China and Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, which leads to the increasing knowledge and newly discoveries for country's flora. This special issue will synthesize the latest studies to reveal the plant diversity of the four hotspots in China. It will contribute to the objectives of updated Global Strategy for Plant Conservation 2011-2020, and will be helpful to policy makers to feature conservation priorities in the future.

Papers published: 19   |  Total pages: 224
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Tibet (1), China (10), Asia (13)
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PhytoKeys 129 (2019)
Nomenclatural changes in Coleus and Plectranthus (Lamiaceae): a tale of more than two genera
Alan J. Paton, Montfort Mwanyambo, Rafaël H.A. Govaerts, Kokkaraniyil Smitha, Somran Suddee, Peter B. Phillipson, Trevor C. Wilson, Paul I. Forster, Alastair Culham
Papers published: 1   |  Total pages: 158
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World (1)
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