Yushania

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Yushania
Bamboo zone.jpg
Bamboo on Mount Kenya
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Plantae
(unranked): Angiosperms
(unranked): Monocots
(unranked): Commelinids
Order: Poales
Family: Poaceae
Subfamily: Bambusoideae
Supertribe: Bambusodae
Tribe: Bambuseae
Subtribe: Arundinariinae
Genus: Yushania
Keng f.
Type species
Y. niitakayamensis Keng f.[1]
Synonyms[2][3]

Yushania is a genus of bamboo in the grass family.[4][5]

Recent classification systems place Yushania in the woody bamboo tribe Bambuseae, which is part of the supertribe Bambusodae.[6] The species of Yushania are evergreen, spreading, thornless bamboos native to Himalayan, African, Chinese, and Southeast Asian mountains at moderate to high altitudes, up to 3000 m.

Yushania contains species formerly classified as members of Arundinaria, as well as one species that is still considered to be a Sinarundinaria by some.[7]

Some species of Yushania are popular to cultivate.

Species[6][8][9][10]
  1. Yushania addingtonii Demoly, 2006;[11] 300–450 cm long [12]
  2. Yushania ailuropodina T.P.Yi
  3. Yushania alpina (K.Schum.) W.C.Lin - African alpine bamboo
  4. Yushania anceps - (Mitford) W.C.Lin - ringal
  5. Yushania andropogonoides (Hand.-Mazz.) T.P.Yi
  6. Yushania auctiaurita T.P.Yi
  7. Yushania aztecorum - McClure & E.W.Sm.
  8. Yushania baishanzuensis - Z.P.Wang & G.H.Le
  9. Yushania basihirsuta (McClure) Z.P.Wang & G.H.Ye - Hirsute chinacane
  10. Yushania bojieiana - T.P.Yi
  11. Yushania boliana - Demoly
  12. Yushania brevipaniculata - (McClure) T.P.Yi
  13. Yushania brevis - T.P.Yi
  14. Yushania canoviridis - Z.P.Wang & G.H.Ye
  15. Yushania cartilaginea - T.H.Wen
  16. Yushania cava - T.P.Yi
  17. Yushania chingii - T.P.Yi
  18. Yushania chungii - Z.P.Wang & G.H.Ye - Large arrow bamboo
  19. Yushania collina - T.P.Yi
  20. Yushania complanata - T.P.Yi
  21. Yushania confusa - (McClure) Z.P.Wang & G.H.Ye
  22. Yushania crassicollis - T.P.Yi
  23. Yushania crispata - T.P.Yi
  24. Yushania dafengdingensis - T.P.Yi
  25. Yushania elevata - T.P.Yi
  26. Yushania exilis - T.P.Yi
  27. Yushania falcatiaurita - Hsueh & T.P.Yi
  28. Yushania farcticaulis - T.P.Yi
  29. Yushania farinosa - Z.P.Wang & G.H.Ye
  30. Yushania flexa - T.P.Yi
  31. Yushania gigantea T.P. Yi & L. Yang, 2014;[13] 600–700 cm long.[14]
  32. Yushania glandulosa - Hsueh & T.P.Yi
  33. Yushania glauca - T.P.Yi & T.L.Long
  34. Yushania grammata - T.P.Yi
  35. Yushania hirsuta - (Munro) R.B.Majumdar
  36. Yushania hirticaulis - Z.P.Wang & G.H.Ye
  37. Yushania lacera - Q.F.Zheng & K.F.Huang
  38. Yushania laetevirens - T.P.Yi
  39. Yushania levigata - T.P.Yi
  40. Yushania lineolata - T.P.Yi
  41. Yushania longiaurita - Q.F.Zheng & K.F.Huang
  42. Yushania longiuscula - T.P.Yi
  43. Yushania mabianensis - T.P.Yi
  44. Yushania maculata - T.P.Yi
  45. Yushania maling - (Gamble) R.B.Majumdar
  46. Yushania menghaiensis - T.P.Yi
  47. Yushania microphylla - (Munro) R.B.Majumdar
  48. Yushania mitis - T.P.Yi
  49. Yushania multiramea - T.P.Yi
  50. Yushania niitakayamensis - (Hayata) Keng f. - Niitakayama cane, Yushan cane, Yushan Mountain cane
  51. Yushania oblonga - T.P.Yi
  52. Yushania pachyclada - T.P.Yi
  53. Yushania pauciramificans - T.P.Yi
  54. Yushania polytricha - Hsueh & T.P.Yi
  55. Yushania punctulata - T.P.Yi
  56. Yushania qiaojiaensis - Hsueh & T.P.Yi
  57. Yushania rugosa - T.P.Yi
  58. Yushania straminea - T.P.Yi
  59. Yushania suijangensis - T.P.Yi
  60. Yushania uniramosa - Hsueh & T.P.Yi
  61. Yushania varians - T.P.Yi
  62. Yushania vigens - T.P.Yi
  63. Yushania violascens - (Keng) T.P.Yi
  64. Yushania weixiensis - T.P.Yi
  65. Yushania wuyishanensis - Q.F.Zheng & K.F.Huang
  66. Yushania xizangensis - T.P.Yi
  67. Yushania yadongensis - T.P.Yi
formerly included[3]

see Chimonocalamus Drepanostachyum Fargesia Gelidocalamus Otatea Pseudosasa Sarocalamus

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yushania Keng f.". IPNI  . Retrieved September 10, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Genus: Yushania Keng f.". GRIN. National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland: USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program. March 23, 2001. Retrieved September 10, 2009. 
  3. ^ a b Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  4. ^ Keng, Pai Chieh. 1957. Acta Phytotaxonomica Sinica 6(4): 355–356
  5. ^ Tropicos, Yushania Keng f.
  6. ^ a b Ralph Evans; Chris Stapleton (Spring 2007). "Species Source List Number 27". American Bamboo Society . Retrieved September 10, 2009. 
  7. ^ "Sinarundinaria alpina (K.Schum.) C.S.Chao & Renvoize record n° 54488". African Plants Database. South African National Biodiversity Institute, the Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques de la Ville de Genève and Tela Botanica . Retrieved September 10, 2009. 
  8. ^ The Biodiversity Committee of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (eds.) (2008). "Genus Yushania". Beijing, China: Catalogue of Life China: 2008 Annual Checklist China . Retrieved September 10, 2009. [dead link]
  9. ^ Michel H. Porcher; Prof. Snow Barlow (2001-03-01). "Sorting Yushania names". MULTILINGUAL MULTISCRIPT PLANT NAME DATABASE. The University of Melbourne . Retrieved September 10, 2009. 
  10. ^ "Species Records of Yushania". GRIN. National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland: USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program . Retrieved September 10, 2009. 
  11. ^ IPNI Yushania addingtonii Demoly
  12. ^ RBG Kew Yushania addingtonii
  13. ^ Tropicos Yushania gigantea T.P. Yi & L. Yang, 2014
  14. ^ RBG Kew Yushania gigantea

External links[edit]

Data related to Yushania at Wikispecies Media related to Yushania at Wikimedia Commons