Farjon & Hiep
It was first discovered by western scientists only in October 1999 and was shortly thereafter described as a new genus and species, namely Xanthocyparis vietnamensis, closely related to Nootka cypress (Xanthocyparis nootkatensis), which was also transferred to this new genus. Subsequently, Little et al. (2004) pointed out that an earlier genus name Callitropsis had been given to Nootka cypress, but this name was later abandoned in favour of Xanthocyparis.
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- Thompson, Christian (2008-12-15). "First Contact in the Greater Mekong" (pdf). World Wildlife Fund. Retrieved 2008-12-20.
- A. Farjon; Nguyen Tien Hiep; D. K. Harder; Phan Ke Loc & L. Averyanov (2002). "A new genus and species in the Cupressaceae (Coniferales) from northern Vietnam, Xanthocyparis vietnamensis". Novon. 12 (2): 179–189. JSTOR 3392953.
- Damon P. Little; Andrea E. Schwarzbach; Robert P. Adams & Chang-Fu Hsieh (2004). "The circumscription and phylogenetic relationships of Callitropsis and the newly described genus Xanthocyparis (Cupressaceae)". American Journal of Botany. 91 (11): 1872–1881. doi:10.3732/ajb.91.11.1872. PMID 21652334.
- Robert R. Mill & Aljas Farjon (2006). "Proposal to conserve the name Xanthocyparis against Callitropsis Oerst. (Cupressaceae)". Taxon. 55 (1): 229–231. JSTOR 25065550.
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