This paper provides new data on 33 new or rare species of Hoya obtained in fieldwork mainly during 2012–2017 in eastern Indochina including Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. These data include illustrated descriptions of three species new for science, as well as illustrated r... View more
Described from S. Myanmar (“Mawlamyine”). Type (“Maulmyne, Myanmar, N. Wallich 33a, 1821-1829”) - E [E00179569].
Habitat, phenology and conservation status. Epiphytic creeping vine to 2 m long. Primary and secondary evergreen broad-leaved forests, commonly in humid places along streams, 500-1000 m. Fl. June - August. Not common. Estimated IUCN Red List status - VU.
Studied specimens. Central Vietnam, Quang Ngai province without exact locality, 6 June 2016, N. V. Canh, cultivated in private garden in Buon Ma Thuot City, herbarium specimen prepared in 12 October 2016, N. V. Canh, L. Averyanov, T. Maisak, AL 238 (LE). Central Vietnam, Quang Ngai province, Tay Tra district, 15°07′38.2′′N, 108°17′57.5′′E, 500-1000 m, primary and secondary evergreen broad-leaved forest, epiphytic vine to 1 m long in
1974, Acta Phytotax. Sin. 12, 1: 124; Li et al., 1995, Fl. China 16: 231.
Described from southern China. Type (“China, Yunnan, Aug 1912, G. Forrest 9108”) - A [A00076423], isotypes - E [E00275182], IBSC [IBSC 0005697].
Habitat, phenology and conservation status. Epiphytic creeping vine to 6 m long. Primary and secondary evergreen broad-leaved mountain forests. Fl. October - November. Rare. Estimated IUCN Red List status - DD.
Tran T. B. 2005. Hoya. In: Checklist of plant species of Vietnam, 3. Ed. N. T. Ban. Agriculture Publishing House, Hanoi, 66-68 pp.