Kopsia

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Kopsia
Kopsia fruticosa 3.jpg
Kopsia fruticosa from Kolkata, West Bengal, India..jpg
Kopsia fruticosa
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Eudicots
(unranked): Asterids
Order: Gentianales
Family: Apocynaceae
Genus: Kopsia
Blume
Synonyms[1]
  • Kentrochrosia K.Schum. & Lauterb.

Kopsia is a genus of plant in family Apocynaceae first described as a genus in 1823. Kopsia is native to China, Southeast Asia, Australia, and various islands of the western Pacific.[1][2]

Species[1]
  1. Kopsia angustipetala Kerr - Thailand, Laos
  2. Kopsia arborea Blume - S China, SE Asia, N Australia, Andaman & Nicobar Is
  3. Kopsia dasyrachis Ridl. - Sabah
  4. Kopsia deverrei L.Allorge - Johor
  5. Kopsia flavida Blume - Philippines, Maluku, New Guinea, Solomon Is, Vanuatu, Micronesia
  6. Kopsia fruticosa (Roxb.) A.DC. - Myanmar, Andaman Is
  7. Kopsia grandifolia D.J.Middleton - Johor, Anambas Is
  8. Kopsia griffithii King & Gamble - W Malaysia
  9. Kopsia hainanensis Tsiang - Hainan
  10. Kopsia harmandiana Pierre ex Pit. - Vietnam
  11. Kopsia lapidilecta Sleesen - Natuna Is
  12. Kopsia larutensis King & Gamble - W Malaysia
  13. Kopsia macrophylla Hook.f. - W Malaysia
  14. Kopsia pauciflora Hook.f. - Indochina, W Malaysia, Sumatra
  15. Kopsia profunda King & Gamble - W Malaysia
  16. Kopsia rajangensis D.J.Middleton - Sarawak
  17. Kopsia rosea D.J.Middleton - S Thailand, Kelantan
  18. Kopsia singapurensis Ridl. - Singapore, W Malaysia
  19. Kopsia sleesiana Markgraf - Sarawak
  20. Kopsia sumatrana D.J.Middleton - Sumatra
  21. Kopsia tenuis Leenh. & Steenis - Sarawak
  22. Kopsia teoi L.Allorge - W Malaysia
  23. Kopsia tonkinensis Pit. - Vietnam
  24. Kopsia vidalii D.J.Middleton - Vietnam

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "World Checklist of Selected Plant Families". Retrieved May 18, 2014. 
  2. ^ Flora of China Vol. 16 Page 162 蕊木属 rui mu shu Kopsia Blume, Catalogus. 12. 1823.
  1. D. J. Middleton: A revision of Kopsia (Apocynaceae: Rauvolfioideae). In: Harvard Papers in Botany. 9, 2004, S. 89-142.
  2. P.-T. Li, A.J.M. Leeuwenberg, D.J. Middleton: Apocynaceae. In: Flora of China. Vol. 16. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, 1995, S. 143-188. ISBN 0-915279-33-9.
  3. T. Sévenet, L. Allorge, B. David, K. Awanga, A. Hamid A. Hadi, C. Kan-Fan, J.-C. Quirion, F. Remy, H. Schaller, L.E. Teo: A preliminary chemotaxonomic review of Kupsia (Apocynaceae). Journal of Ethnophamacology, Band 41, 1994, S. 147-183.
  4. M.E. Endress, P. V. Bruyns: A revised classification of the Apocynaceae s.l. Bot. Rev. 66, 2000, S. 1-56.
  5. K. Potgieter, V.A. Albert: Phylogenetic relationships within Apocynaceae s.l. based on trnL intron and trnL-F spacer sequences and propagule characters. Ann. Miss. Bot. Gard. 88, 2001, S. 523-549.
  6. B. Sennblad, B. Bremer: Classification of Apocynaceae s.l. according to a new approach combining Linnaean and phylogenetic taxonomy. Syst. Biol. 51(3), 2002, S. 389-409. (PDF)
  7. Middleton D.J. 2004: A revision of Kopsia (Apocynaceae: Rauvolfioideae). Harvard Pap. Bot. 9: 89-142.
  8. D.J. Middleton: A new species of Kopsia (Apocynaceae, Rauvolfioideae) from Vietnam. Adansonia 27, 2005, S. 287-289. - (PDF)

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