Eremogone (Caryophyllaceae): new combinations for Old World species

@article{Rabeler2015EremogoneN,
  title={Eremogone (Caryophyllaceae): new combinations for Old World species},
  author={Richard K. Rabeler and Warren L. Wagner},
  journal={PhytoKeys},
  year={2015},
  pages={35 - 42}
}
Abstract Twenty-one new combinations in Eremogone (Eremogoneae, Caryophyllaceae) are proposed to accommodate placement of all Old World taxa of Arenaria subg. Eremogone and Eremogoneastrum within Eremogone. 

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