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Ngernsaengsaruay et al. 2011, Thai Forest Bull., Bot. 39: 75
Original type data:
Wet China: - Hills to the North-West of Tengyueh, Yunnan, in open situations amongst scrub and in thickets. Lat. 25°10'N. Alt. 8,000 ft. Shrub or tree of 10-40 ft. Flowers golden yellow, fragrant. Bark and foliage aromatic. November 1912. G. Forrest. No. 9333.
Divide between the Shweli and Tengyueh Valleys, in thickets and forests. Lat. 25°N. Alt. 6-7,000 ft. Shrub or tree of 20-40 ft. In seed. Foliage, bark and sepecially seeds and seed covers strongly fragrant of oil of lemons; seed covers full of an essential oil resembling same. Worthy of cultivation from an economic standpoint. May 1912. G. Forrest. No. 7858.
Hills south of Tengyueh, in open thickets. Lat. 25°N. Alt. 8,000 ft. Shrub of 10-15 ft. Flowers yellow. December 1913. G. Forrest. Nos. 12101, 15951.
N'Maikha-Salween divide, Yunnan, in thickets. Lat. 26°10'N. Alt. 8,000 ft. Fruits black. June 1919. G. Forrest. No. 17947.
Smith described this species based on five syntypes, Forrest 9333, 7858, 12101, 15951 and 17947. Ngernsaengsaruay et al. (2011, Thai Forest Bull., Bot. 39: 75) considered the first one of these to be the holotype.