Nomina Familiarum Conservanda Proposita (Continued)

  title={Nomina Familiarum Conservanda Proposita (Continued)},
  author={A. A. Bullock},
Synopsis of Capparaceae to the flora of Colombia
A taxonomic synopsis of Capparaceae distributed in Colombia was carried out reviewing 1,800 botanical specimens from 13 herbaria in Colombia, five international institutions and close to 100 field collected specimens, and detailed description for each species and taxonomic keys were developed.
A revision of the family Petrosaviaceae in Vietnam.
This paper presents a meta-analyses of the phytochemical defences of the fruit flies of Eurasian Honey Buzzard, a type of honey bee, which has been studied in detail in detail at the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia and the University of St Petersburg.
Tracking character evolution and biogeographic history through time in Cornaceae—Does choice of methods matter?
Results indicated that among the six inflorescence and fruit char- acters examined, "perfect" binary characters are little affected by choice of method, while homoplasious characters and missing data are sensitive to methods used, a limitation in the current understanding of character evolution and biogeography.
Recircumscription of the monocotyledonous family Petrosaviaceae to include Japonolirion
It is suggested that the Petrosaviaceae be re-circumscribed to include Japonolirion, if the family's isolated position among the monocot orders continues to be found in phylogenetic studies, then recognition of the already published order Petrosaviales would be appropriate.
Recharacterization of Dichondra (Convolvulaceae) and a revision of the North American species
The ovary of D. argentea is less than I mm high, subglobose, with two biovulate locules, and the styles can be, and often have been, described as gynobasic, but it appears that this is a very simple ontogenetie modification of the terminal position.
The names of the Australian grass-tree: Xanthorrhoea Sm. and Acoroides C. Kite (Xanthorrhoeaceae)
The history of these names, their derivation and unacknowledged origins, and their application are discussed, and a new combination, Xanthorrhoea resinifera (C. Kite) E. Nelson & D. J. Bedford is made.
American code and later lectotypifications of linnaean generic names dating from 1753 a case study of discrepancies
It is shown that adoption of the provision to remove all constraints on the priority of American Code lectotypifications would result in nomenclatural changes in 48 cases as against 10 if the proposal to adopt 1935 as the starting date for priority of lectotypification was adopted.
Earliest floral evidence for the Ebenaceae in Australia
The flowers described here were recovered from Upper Eocene deposits near Anglesea, Australia and are tetramerous, unisexual, male, with 16 stamens and tricolporate pollen, which are the oldest known remains of the Ebenaceae from Australia.
Revision of Walleria and Cyanastrum (Tecophilaeaceae)
While working on the family Tecophilaeaceae it seemed advisable to revise completely the two genera involved, Walleria and Cyanastrum, the varying opinions of botanists from 1832 to the present day are shown.


Engler). - Moraceae, excl
  • subfam. Cantnaboideae. Hutch
  • 1888
Engler). - Ulniaceac. Hutch
  • Ulnmaceae
  • 1888
Cilg). - StachyuraCCId. Hutchl
  • Stachyuraceae. See also van Tieghenm
  • 1925
Engler). - Piperaceae. Hutch
  • 1887
Pax). - Myrsinaceae subfam. Theophrastoideae. Hutch
  • 1959
Engler). - Urticaceae. Hiutch
  • Urticaceae. Vacciniaceae S. F. Gray, Nat. Arr. Brit
  • 1959
S. coccinea Michaux; vide I.C.B.N
  • Magnoliaceae tribus SchiZan,'(mdreae
  • 1956
Suessenguth). Rlaltmarccae
  • 1953
Engler). - Saxifragaceae, p.p
  • 1930
S. gramilifoliumi Swartz; - I.C.B.N
  • 1956