Scientific name - Coffea charrieriana Stoff & F. Anthony
The name is given in honor of Professor A. Charrier.
Distribution and Habitat - endemic in Bakossi Forest, in western Cameroon, on land rocks, up to 160 m altitude.
Description - shrub, 1-1.5 m high. Stalk 1-2 mm in diameter, pubescent. Stipele triangulation to the Delta, about 2 mm long, nested, pubescent. Petiole 2 mm long. Lamina elliptical to narrow elliptical, 5-7 x 2,2-3,5 cm, thin, narrow base to limbuluicuneata mitigated, leading acuminata, 7-13 mm long. Inflorescences axillary, 1-2 flowers. Flower pentemera, sessile, corolla tube 1 mm long, lobes linear, 6-8 x 2-3 mm, white. Fruit drupe flashy, 9-10 x 7 mm, red, stalk about 2 mm long, glabru. Seeds elliptical, about 5 x 4mm.
Coffea charrierianto differentiate from other trees, coffee shrubs in central Africa with small leaves, corolla tube, petals, anther and fruit.
New species of Betula in China
Tree, strain 25 m high and 60 cm in diameter. Bark dark gray or gray-brown, longitudinal cracks and is exfoliating. Branches reddish brown or gray-brown, densely glandular Vilo and resin. Petiole 1.5-3.0 cm, densely dotted Vilos resin.
The new species of Chirita (Gesneriaceae) from Yunnan, China
Paraensis Alstroemeria sp. November.
Saxifraga squarrosa - endemic sub-species of sub-Eastern Alps, grows on limestone rocks and debris, from 1200 m to 2500 m altitude.
Sophora derived from Arabic and means tree with pea flowers. Specific epithet is in honor davidii Abbe Armand David, a French missionary and naturalist who contributed to the knowledge of flora and fauna of China.
Sophora davidii is from Hubei, China, where it grows on rocky places at elevations of 1 000 - 3 500 m.
Bellium artrutxensis sp.nov. Balearic Islands
Aeonium arboreum - tree aeonium
Sunshrub native from Maroc, stem branching, leaves borne at the ends of the branches in rather flat rosettes.