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    台灣植物誌第二版  Flora of Taiwan, 2nd edition  3: 100

    -pedicellate; calyx 5-lobed, villose; petals 5, similar to the calyx-lobes; stamens about 25. Fruits depressed-globose, red, about 1 cm across, glabrous or slightly pubescent.
    The Philippines. Taiwan, known from Lanyu.
    TAITUNG: Lanyu, Sasaki s. n. 1911.

    4. Prunus matuurai Sasaki in Trans. Nat. Hist. Soc. Form. 21: 150. f. 2. 1931; Liu & Su in Fl. Taiwan 3: 86. 1977. 太平山櫻花
    Prunus transarisanensis Hayata f. taiheiensis Suzuki in Ann. Rep. Taihoku Bot. Gard. 1: 148. 1931.
    A deciduous tree. Leaves oblong-ovate, long-acuminate, broadly acute to rounded at base, glandular-serrulate, with a pair of glands at the base; stipules linear, glandular-serrate at top, hirsute inside; bracts fan-shaped, glandular-serrate at top. Flowers 3-5-fascicled, white, about 2.5 cm across; calyx tubular, the lobes triangular to lanceolate, coarsely serrate; petals ovate to oblong, emarginate, about 8 mm long, 5-7 mm wide; stamens about 30.
    Endemic. Known only from the type locality, Taipingshan, alt ca. 2,000 m.
    ILAN: Taipingshan, Suzuki 3954.
    According to Sasaki, this species is very close to P. transarisanensis Hayata, but differs from it in having the glabrous habit and white petals. It is also similar to P. taiwaniana Hayata, but differs from the latter in having the glabrous pedicels and calyx.

    5. Prunus mume (Sieb.) Sieb. & Zucc. Fl. Jap. 1: 29, t. 11. 1836. 梅
    Armeniaca mume Sieb. in Verh. Batav. Genoot. Kunst. Wetensch. 12: 69. 1830.
    Prunus mume var. formosana Masamune ex Kudo & Masamune in Ann. Rep. Taihoku Bot. Gard. 2: 137. 1932, nom. Nud.; Li ,Woody Fl. Taiwan 284. 1963; Liu & Su in Fl. Taiwan 3: 86. 1977.
    A small tree, bark gray or greenish. Leaves thinly chartaceous, ovate to oval, 4-10 cm long, 2-4 cm wide, long-acuminate, broadly cuneate at base, finely and sharply serrate, pubescent on both surfaces or on the veins beneath only; petioles glandular, to 1 cm long. Flowers 1-2, white to light pink, short-pedicelled; petals obovate. Fruits globose, 2-3 cm across, yellow or greenish.
    Native in S. China, cultivated widely in China, Korea and Japan. Taiwan, cultivated.

    6. Prunus obtusata Koehne in Sargent, Pl. Wilson. 1: 66 (1911). 台灣稠李
    Prunus vaniotii Levl. in Bull. Acad. Internat. Geogr. Bot. 25: 45. 1915; Liu & Su in Fl. Taiwan 3: 89. 1977.
    Prunus ohwii Kanehira & Hatusima ex Kanehira, Form. Trees rev. ed. 270. f. 220. 1936.
    Prunus pubigera auct. non Koehne: Kanehira & Hatusima in Trans. Nat. Soc. Form. 29: 156. 1939.
    Padus obtusata (Koehne) Yu & Ku in Fl. Reip. Pop. Sin. 38: 101. 1986.
    A deciduous tree. Leaves oblong to ovate-oblong, 3-11 cm long, 1-6 cm wide, short-acuminate, cuneate to rounded at base, serrulate, glabrous, the lateral veins 8-11 per side; petioles glabrous or nearly so, 1-2.5 cm long, with 1-2 glands. Racemes 7-14 cm long, puberulous to glabrous. Fruits ovoid, 4-6 mm long, 4-5 mm wide, the calyx persistent.
    China and Taiwan. Known from the vicinity of Alishan in Taiwan.