A new species of Begonia (Begoniaceae) from South Sulawesi, Indonesia.

Harry Wiriadinata
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Abstract

A new species, Begonia hooveriana Wiriad., is described from Tanah Toraja in South Sulawesi. It belongs to Begonia section Petermannia and brings the total number of Begonia species native to Sulawesi to 43 species.

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Begonia, Indonesia, South Sulawesi.

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