New synonyms and combinations in Eurasian Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)

  title={New synonyms and combinations in Eurasian Brassicaceae (Cruciferae)},
  author={Dmitry A. German},
Taxonomy of miscellaneous taxa of Eurasian Brassicaceae is updated. Eight names at the species rank are reduced for the first time to synonymy of what follows them in parentheses: Cardamine szeewaldiana ( C. macrophylla ), Hesperis hyrcanica ( Clastopus vestitus ), Arabis oxyota ( Crucihimalaya bursifolia ), Hesperis speciosa and Parrya integerrima ( Dendroarabis fruticulosa ), Cheiranthus taraxacifolius ( Erysimum cuspidatum ), Draba ishkomania ( Scapiarabis saxicola ), Velarum tzvelevii… 
Some new and revised typifications in North Eurasian Cruciferae Типификация некоторых крестоцветных (Cruciferae) Северной Евразии
Nomenclature of some taxa of North Eurasian Cruciferae is updated and Lectotypes are designated for Aethionema levandowskyi, Alyssum americanum, A. gymnopoda, and Vella tenuissima, in some cases refining or revising previous typifications.
Taxonomic notes on miscellaneous Cruciferae
Taxonomy of miscellaneous taxa of Cruciferae (Brassicaceae) is updated and Barbarea ketzkhovelii is recorded for the first time from Turkey.
AlyBase: database of names, chromosome numbers, and ploidy levels of Alysseae (Brassicaceae), with a new generic concept of the tribe
Database of published chromosome numbers and ploidy-level estimates of the tribe Alysseae is presented, together with the revised generic concept and the list of accepted names, to reflect the most


A synopsis of the genus Parrya (Brassicaceae)
Thirty-eight names are excluded from Parrya (tribe Chorisporeae) and assigned to various genera of the tribes Anchonieae, Arabideae, Boechereae, Camelineae, Erysimeae, Euclidieae and Smelowskieae, thus reflecting the former broad and artificial circumscription of the genus.
Cardamine L. sect.Macrophyllum O. E.Schulz (CruciferaeJuss.) in the Asian Territory of the Soviet Union A morphological, anatomical and phylogenetical study with taxonomic revision
  • K. Khatri
  • Biology
    Folia Geobotanica et Phytotaxonomica
  • 2008
Based on the study of herbarium material, a critical taxonomic account has been provided onCardamine sect.Macrophyllum (Cruciferae) from the Asian territory of the Soviet Union suggesting preliminary centres of divergency and polymorphism of the treated taxa.
Nomenclatural notes on Eurasian Arabis (Brassicaceae)
Morphological characters supporting the assignment of seven Eurasian species of Arabis to Boechera, Catolobus, Fourraea, Pseudoturritis, Rhammatophyllum, and Turritis are discussed in connection with molecular or cytological data.
New or Noteworthy Species of Draba (Brassicaceae) from Canada and Alaska
Abstract. Seven new species of Draba are described and illustrated, and their relationships and distinguishing characters from nearest relatives are discussed. Of these, D. caswellii, D.
Beringia (Brassicaceae), a new genus of arabidopsoid affinities from Russia and North America
The new monotypic genus Beringia is proposed to include the extremely similar taxa previously treated as Halimolobos mollis from northern North America and Greenland, H. virgata from western North
Brassicaceae: Species checklist and database on CD-Rom
A species checklist has been prepared for the Brassicaceae (Cruciferae) family, providing the first updated list in over 70 years. The family, currently, includes 338 genera and 3709 species. The
Dendroarabis, A Newasian Genus of Brassicaceae
ABSTRACT The name Arabis sect. Dendroarabis is raised to the generic rank, and a detailed generic description is given. The new combination D. fruticulosa is proposed. The generic boundaries of
Draba ishkomania (Brassicaceae), a new addition to flora of Pakistan.
The morphological characters of the nova species are compared with closely related taxa to support its position as a new taxon and the relationship and distinguishing characters from its nearest relative D.oreadesand D. korschinskyiarediscussed.
Flora of Jamaica:
All students of tropical American plants will be grateful for the attention to nomenclature and synonymy, the care in examining historic types, and the general finish which have from the first been marks of this distinguished production.
International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants
This book is intended to provide a jumping-off point for future generations of plant taxonomists to assess the phytochemical properties ofruits and vegetables in the context of E.coli.