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Taxillus kaempferi

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Kingdom  Plantae
Tribe  Scurrulinae
Rank  Species
Family  Loranthaceae
Genus  Taxillus
Order  Santalales

Similar  Taxillus, Korthalsella japonica, Loranthaceae, Santalales, Arceuthobium oxycedri

Taxillus kaempferi (Chinese: 小叶钝果寄生 xiao ye dun guo ji sheng) is a parasitic plant species in the genus Taxillus found in China (Anhui, Fujian, W Hubei, S Jiangxi, Sichuan, S Zhejiang), Bhutan and Japan. Its host is Pinus thunbergii.

The flavonol avicularin can be produced from T. kaempferi. Other flavonoids constituents of the plant are hyperin, quercitrin and taxillusin.

References

Taxillus kaempferi Wikipedia


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