|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2011|
|Authors:||Martínez-Azorín, M, Crespo, MB, Dold, AP, Barker, NP|
|Journal:||Nordic Journal of Botany. Copenhagen|
|Date Published:||December 2011|
|Keywords:||Albuca, South Africa, taxonomy|
Within the context of a revision of Albuca, a new species, here described as Albuca annulata Mart.-Azorín & M. B. Crespo sp. nov., was found in three populations in the Albany Centre of Endemism, Eastern Cape, South Africa. This new species is closely related to Albuca bakeri Mart.-Azorín & M. B. Crespo and A. caudata Jacq., but it can be clearly differentiated by floral and vegetative characters. Data on morphology, ecology and distribution are reported for this new species. Affinities and divergences with other close allies are also discussed.
Albuca annulata sp. nov. (Hyacinthaceae) from the Albany Centre of Endemism, South Africa