Schisandra parapropinqua Z.R. Yang & Q. Lin sp. nova (Schisandraceae) from Guizhou and Yunnan, southwest China, is described and illustrated. It grows only in thickets and forests on limestone hills at altitudes of 800–1300 m. Schisandra parapropinqua is close to S. plena and S. propinqua; the morphological differences are discussed.
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Vol. 46 • No. 2