Aristolochia mulunensis Y.S. Huang & Yan Liu, a new species of Aristolochiaceae from Guangxi, China, is described and illustrated. It is similar to A. kwangsiensis, but differs from it by its calyx limb that is discoid-orbicular, nearly quadrilateral, and has an entire margin; by its protuberance that is adaxially densely verrucose, abaxially purple; and by its purple throat, plus 3-lobed gynostemium with mammillate lobes and a glabrous margin.
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Vol. 50 • No. 3