Axyris (Chenopodiaceae s.str. or Amaranthaceae s.l.) in the Himalayas and Tibet

@inproceedings{Sukhorukov2011AxyrisS,
  title={Axyris (Chenopodiaceae s.str. or Amaranthaceae s.l.) in the Himalayas and Tibet},
  author={Anatolii P. Sukhorukov},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Sukhorukov A. P.: Axyris (Chenopodiaceae s.str. or Amaranthaceae s.l.) in the Himalayas and Tibet. — Willdenowia 41: 75–82. — Online ISSN 1868-6397; © 2011 BGBM Berlin-Dahlem. doi:10.3372/wi.41.41108 (available via http://dx.doi.org/) The genus Axyris in the Himalayas and Tibet is revised and only two taxa are recognised: Axyris prostrata possesses an extensive distribution range throughout the Himalayas and Tibet; A. mira (= A. hybrida auct.), with a wider distribution in the… 
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