ⓘ Category:Endemic flora of the Philippines

Antherostele

Antherostele banahaensis Elmer Bremek. - Luzon. Antherostele callophylla Bremek. - Luzon. Antherostele grandistipula Merr. Bremek. - Leyte. Antherostele luzoniensis Merr. Bremek. - Luzon.

Begonia adamsensis

Begonia adamsensis is an endemic species of Begonia discovered in Adams, Ilocos Norte province, Luzon, Philippines occurring at an altitude of 308 m above sea level. The species broad-based leaves that are peltate, with a glabrous peduncle, an acuminate tip and nearly entire margin, resembled that of Begonia hernandioides. However, there are differences, in that B. hernandioides had red-colored stipule that is broadly ovate, the petiole and abaxial lamina is pubescent, and the peltate leaves are elliptic.

Begonia balangcodiae

Begonia balangcodiae is an endemic species of Begonia discovered in Sagubo, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines. The species was allied to B. esculenta Merr., from which it is distinguished by its cordate leaf base and white tepals, while the latters leaf base is not cordate and has a vermilion-colored tepals. On the same hand, this species resembles that of B. leucosticta Warburg, differing from the latter on cordate leaf base versus subcordate leaf base, and larger tepals ranging in size from 12–18 mm long in pistillate flowers versus the latters 3–5 mm. Additionally, this species is similar ...

Begonia elnidoensis

Begonia elnidoensis is an endemic species of Begonia discovered in El Nido, Palawan, Philippines. The species was compared to Begonia wadei, in that both species have thick-trunked stem, differing in the widely to very widely ovate or subtriangular leaves, with the latter having obliquely ovate leaves, 3-4 secondary leaf veins where the latter has 6 on each side of the midrib, with glabrous petioles compared to latter having puberulous to tomentose, an inflorescence measuring 20–40 cm in length compared to only 6–20 cm, and the differently-sized bracts and capsules.

Begonia gironellae

Begonia gironellae is an endemic species of Begonia discovered in Tanabag, Puerto Princesa, in northern Palawan, Philippines. The species resembled Begonia cleopatrae, in that both species have widely ovate, variegated leaves, and fleshy hairs fused into a ring at the base of the leaf petiole. However, Begonia gironellae differed from B. cleopatrae due to its rosette habit with rhizome shorter to 5 cm long, with very congested internodes, widely triangular stipules, differently-sized lamina and bracts, and capsule with wider abaxial wing. Additionally, B. gironellae is a lowland species oc ...

Begonia quinquealata

Begonia quinquealata is an endemic species of Begonia discovered in Salakot Falls, Napsan, Puerto Princesa City, in northern Palawan, Philippines. This species, along with B. suborbiculata Merr., are the only two known species in the Philippines with 5-winged capsules. Unlike any other member of Begonia sect. Baryandra, B. quinquealata is very distinctive for being a densely hairy herb with long creeping rhizomes. It differs also from B. suborbiculata in that it has thickly chartaceous, widely ovate leaves that have uniformly green upper leaf surface, densely velutinous, with denticulate l ...

                                     

ⓘ Endemic flora of the Philippines

  • Inventory and conservation of endangered, endemic and economically important flora of Hamiguitan Range, southern Philippines Blumea 54 1 3 71 76. doi: 10
  • Foundation List of endemic birds of the Philippines List of mammals of the Philippines Wild pigs of the Philippines General: Wildlife of the Philippines Environmental
  • The wildlife of the Philippines includes a significant number of endemic plant and animal species. The country s surrounding waters reportedly have the
  • pitcher plant endemic to the Philippines on the Mt. Hamiguitan Range on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines where it grows at elevations of 160 345 m
  • rare species of tree in the family Dipterocarpaceae, native to Mindanao island in the Philippines The tropical rain forest tree is endemic to Mount Kaladis
  • one of the two staghorn ferns native to the Philippines alongside with P. coronarium, and is endemic to the island of Mindanao, in the provinces of Zamboanga
  • pertains to the species being endemic in the Philippines 44 A new species of Discospermum Coffeeae, Rubiaceae from Luzon, Philippines including its
  • benstoneana is an endemic 34 species of porcelainflower or wax plant found in the Philippines is an Asclepiad species of flowering plant in the dogbane family
  • an endemic species of Begonia discovered in Adams, Ilocos Norte province, Luzon, Philippines occurring at an altitude of 308 m above sea level. The species
  • Begonia balangcodiae is an endemic species of Begonia discovered in Sagubo, Kapangan, Benguet, Philippines The species was allied to B. esculenta Merr
  • polysperma is a species of flowering plant in the family Actinidiaceae. It is endemic to the Philippines In the Philippines it is also known as tsuke
  • The Flora of Taiwan Chinese: 臺灣植物誌 pinyin: Taiwān Zhiwù Zhì is the flora of the country also known as the Republic of China. Flora of Taiwan is also
  • Hoya meliflua is a species of Hoya vine endemic to the Philippines The vine is common to Apayao, La Union, Rizal, Bataan, Laguna, Mindoro, Palawan, Negros
                                     

Hoya persicina

Hoya persicina is an endemic: 34 species of porcelainflower or wax plant found in the Philippines is an Asclepiad species of flowering plant in the dogbane family Apocynaceae described in 2012 by Kloppenburg, et al. Hoya persicina belongs to the genus Hoya. The species corolla in its flower is peach-colored.: 42-43