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29 August 2003 A new species of Suaeda (Chenopodiaceae) from the Altai, Central Asia
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Abstract

Suaeda tschujensis is described as a species new to science and compared with related species of S. sect. Brezia (= Heterosperma). It is endemic to high-mountain semideserts in the Russian Altai and to the Gobi Altai in Mongolia. The species is of particular interest for the phylogeny of the genus because of its rare diploid chromosome number of 2n = 18.

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Maria Lomonosova and Helmut Freitag "A new species of Suaeda (Chenopodiaceae) from the Altai, Central Asia," Willdenowia 33(1), (29 August 2003). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.33.33113
Published: 29 August 2003
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