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Rhododendron species in Qinghai, China


Over 21 arter, underarter og varianter. Rhododendron species in Qinghai, China, Kina
R. anthopogonoides
R. anthopogonoides
R. capitatum at RBGE, Foto: H. Eiberg
R. capitatum
R. cephalanthum i Sichuan, Foto: I. Bogø
R. cephalanthum
R. nivale, Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. nivale ssp. nivale
R. nivale ssp. boreale, Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. nivale ssp. boreale
R. przewalskii, Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. przewalskii
R. rufescens, Foto: H. Eiberg
R. rufescens
R. rufum, Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. rufum
R. thymifolium aff., Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. thymifolium aff.
R. trichostomum, Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. trichostomum
R. principis, Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. vellerum
R. yushuense/thymifolium, Foto: Hans Eiberg
R. yushuense
R. zekoense, Foto: H. Eiberg
R. zekoense

21 arter, underarter og varianter. Østlige plateau. R.anthopogonoides R.bamaense (Lapponica) * R.capitatum R.cephalanthum R.gologense (Lapponica) * R.nivale subsp. boreale R.nivale subsp. nivale R.praeteritum var. praeteritum * R.przewalskii subsp. chrysophyllum * R.przewalskii subsp. huzhuense * R.przewalskii subsp. przewalskii R.przewalskii subsp. yushuense * R.qinghaiense * http://frps.eflora.cn/frps/Rhododendron%20qinghaiense R.rufescens R.rufum R.thymifolium R.trichostomum var. trichostomum R.tubulosum * R.vellereum R.yushuense R.zekoense * Foto ønskes. (photo Wanted)
Flora of China 2016 list: 200016333 Rhododendron anthopogonoides ???? FOC Vol. 14 242444057 Rhododendron bamaense ???? FOC Vol. 14 200016360 Rhododendron capitatum ???? FOC Vol. 14 200016364 Rhododendron cephalanthum ???? FOC Vol. 14 242444086 Rhododendron gologense ???? FOC Vol. 14 200016504 Rhododendron nivale ???? 3 FOC Vol. 14 242344227 Rhododendron nivale subsp. boreale ?????? FOC Vol. 14 242344228 Rhododendron nivale subsp. nivale ????(???) FOC Vol. 14 242344327 Rhododendron praeteritum ???? 2 FOC Vol. 14 242344329 Rhododendron praeteritum var. praeteritum ????(???) FOC Vol. 14 200016532 Rhododendron przewalskii ???? 4 FOC Vol. 14 242344346 Rhododendron przewalskii subsp. chrysophyllum ?????? FOC Vol. 14 242344347 Rhododendron przewalskii subsp. huzhuense ?????? FOC Vol. 14 242344348 Rhododendron przewalskii subsp. przewalskii ????(???) FOC Vol. 14 242344349 Rhododendron przewalskii subsp. yushuense ?????? FOC Vol. 14 242344366 Rhododendron qinghaiense ???? FOC Vol. 14 200016547 Rhododendron rufescens ???? FOC Vol. 14 200016548 Rhododendron rufum ???? FOC Vol. 14 200016588 Rhododendron thymifolium ????? FOC Vol. 14 200016592 Rhododendron trichostomum ???? 3 FOC Vol. 14 242444127 Rhododendron trichostomum var. trichostomum ????(???) FOC Vol. 14 242344618 Rhododendron tubulosum ???? FOC Vol. 14 200016598 Rhododendron vellereum ???? FOC Vol. 14 242444152 Rhododendron yushuense ???? FOC Vol. 14 242444154 Rhododendron zekoense ???? FOC Vol. 14
Evolutionary diversifications of plants on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau Jun Wen et al. 2014 The Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP) is the highest and one of the most extensive plateaus in the world. Phylogenetic, phylogeographic, and ecological studies support plant diversifications on the QTP through multiple mechanisms such as allopatric speciation via geographic isolation, climatic oscillations and divergences, pollinator-mediated isolation, diploid hybridization and introgression, and allopolyploidy. These mechanisms have driven spectacular radiations and/or species diversifications in various groups of plants such as Pedicularis L., Saussurea DC., Rhododendron L., Primula L., Meconopsis Vig., Rhodiola L., and many lineages of gymnosperms. Nevertheless, much work is needed toward understanding the evolutionary mechanisms of plant diversifications on the QTP. Well-sampled biogeographic analyses of the QTP plants in the broad framework of the Northern Hemisphere as well as the Southern Hemisphere are still relatively few and should be encouraged in the next decade. This paper reviews recent evidence from phylogenetic and biogeographic studies in plants, in the context of rapid radiations, mechanisms of species diversifications on the QTP, and the biogeographic significance of the QTP in the broader context of both the Northern and Southern Hemisphere biogeography. Integrative multidimensional analyses of phylogeny, morphological innovations, geography, ecology, development, species interactions and diversifications, and geology are needed and should shed insights into the patterns of evolutionary assembly and radiations in this fascinating region.