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Nomenclatural changes in Chenopodium ( incl . Rhagodia ) ( Chenopodiaceae ) , with considerations on relationships of some Australian taxa and their possible Eurasian relatives

  title={Nomenclatural changes in Chenopodium ( incl . Rhagodia ) ( Chenopodiaceae ) , with considerations on relationships of some Australian taxa and their possible Eurasian relatives},
  author={Sergei L. Mosyakin and Duilio Iamonico},
Mosyakin, S.L. & Iamonico, D. Nomenclatural changes in Chenopodium (incl. Rhagodia) (Chenopodiaceae), with considerations on relationships of some Australian taxa and their possible Eurasian relatives. Nuytsia 28: 255–271 (2017). Following recent molecular phylogenetic results, species earlier placed in Rhagodia R.Br. were transferred to Chenopodium L. (Chenopodiaceae). However, three new species-level combinations proposed were later homonyms and thus illegitimate under ICN Art. 53.1. The new… Expand
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