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The Subfamily Mutisioideae (Asteraceae)
The subfamily Mutisioideae (74 genera, ca. 865 species), which comprises three tribes, Mutisieae (43 genera, ca. 500 species), Nassauvieae (25 genera, ca. 315 species), and Stifftieae (six genera, 48Expand
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Novelties in Calea (Compositae: Heliantheae) from South America
Calea subgenera Haplocalea and Monanthocalea are treated as sections. Calea nematophylla and C. robinsoniana are described as new, and their relationships are discussed. Tridax verticillata is anExpand
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Calea dalyi (Compositae: Heliantheae), a new species from the Serranía de Santiago, Bolivia
A new species of Compositae, Calea dalyi (of section Meyeria), from eastern Bolivia is described and illustrated. Its closest congener is C. purpurea from westernmost Bahia, Brazil. A key to theExpand
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Five new species of calea (Compositae: Heliantheae) from planaltine Brazil
Described from the Planalto of Brazil are:Calea quadrifolia, C. heteropappa, andC. abbreviata of sectionMeyeria,C. intermedia of sectionLemmatium, andC. lutea of sectionCalea. The relationships ofExpand
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Compositae of the Guayana Highland---X. Reduction of Pollalesta to Piptocoma (Vernonieae: Piptocarphinae) and consequent nomenclatural adjustments
Central and South American Pollalesta is reduced to synonymy of West Indian Piptocoma. Fourteen new species combinations and three new sectional combinations are made, and Piptocoma acevedoi fromExpand
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Phylogeny and Systematic Position of Feddea (Asteraceae: Feddeeae): a Taxonomically Enigmatic and Critically Endangered Genus Endemic to Cuba
Abstract Abstract—The systematic position of Feddea (Asteraceae) has been enigmatic ever since its publication in 1925. The latest taxonomic accounts of the family left it either unplaced withinExpand
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Glandularia X hybrida (Verbenaceae), a new combination for a common horticultural plant
A new combination,Glandularia x hybrida, and a lectotype are proposed for the common Garden Vervain (Verbena xhybrida). The plant is of horticultural origin, but occurs widely in North America andExpand
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Systematics of Podocoma (Asteraceae: Astereae): a generic reassessment
Podocoma is a southern South American genus of perennial herbs with short-radiate capitula with two- to four-seriate ray florets and a two- to three-seriate pappus of scabridulous setae. The rayExpand
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Conyza sumatrensis var. leiotheca (Compositae: Astereae), a New Combination for a Common Neotropical Weed
ABSTRACT Conyza sumatrensis is recognized as distinct from C. bonariensis and C. canadensis. Conyza albida and C. floribunda are treated as synonyms of C. sumatrensis. Conyza sumatrensis includes twoExpand
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Revision of Calea sect. Lemmatium (Asteraceae: Heliantheae) from Brazil
Calea sect. Lemmatium, known from southern Brazil, contains nine species including Brasilia sickii, the basis for the monotypic genus Brasilia, and Amphicalea fruticosa, which is reinstated from theExpand
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