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Cuscutaceae of Louisiana
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New Species, New Combinations, and Lectotypifications in New Caledonian Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae)
Abstract Snow, N., J.W. Dawson, M.W. Callmander, K. Gandhi & J. Munzinger (2016). New species, new combinations, and lectotypifications in New Caledonian Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae). Candollea 71: 67–81.Expand
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Staghorn Sumac: Rhus typhina or R. hirta (Anacardiaceae)
Prior to 1892, the staghorn or velvet sumac, cultivated worldwide, was known by the name Rhus typhina L. (e.g., Gray 1890). However, Sudworth (1892) noted that R. typhina (Linnaeus 1756) and DatiscaExpand
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NEW COMBINATIONS, RANK CHANGES, AND NOMENCLATURAL AND TAXONOMIC COMMENTS IN THE VASCULAR FLORA OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
We make generic transfers and rank changes of taxa distributed primarily in the southeastern United States. These include transfers from Prenanthes to Nabalus (Asteraceae or Compositae), from SenecioExpand
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Nomenclatural Changes Resulting from the Transfer of Nesaea and Hionanthera to Ammannia (Lythraceae)
Abstract Generic delimitations and understanding of relationships among the herbaceous Afro-Asian genera Ammannia L., Hionanthera A. Fern. & Diniz, and Nesaea Comm. ex Kunth were long elusive dueExpand
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On the validity of Trillium L. subg. Phyllantherum Raf. (Melanthiaceae: Parideae)
Trillium subg. Phyllantherum, long attributed to Rafinesque, is shown not to have been validly published in 1820. Likewise the genus name Phyllantherum, long thought not to exist, is shown to haveExpand
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