Parasenegalia and Pseudosenegalia (Fabaceae): New Genera of the Mimosoideae

@article{Seigler2017ParasenegaliaAP,
  title={Parasenegalia and Pseudosenegalia (Fabaceae): New Genera of the Mimosoideae},
  author={David S. Seigler and John E. E. Ebinger and Chance Riggins and Vanessa S. Terra and Joseph T. Miller},
  journal={Novon: A Journal for Botanical Nomenclature},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={180 - 205}
}
Abstract. Recent studies have shown that the genus Acacia Mill. s.l. is polyphyletic, consisting of at least seven distinct groups of species. One of these groups, the proposed genus Parasenegalia Seigler & Ebinger, consists of seven species. We describe a new species, Parasenegalia lundellii Seigler & Ebinger, and make the following new combinations: Parasenegalia muricata (L.) Seigler & Ebinger, Parasenegalia rurrenabaqueana (Rusby) Seigler & Ebinger, Parasenegalia santosii (G. P. Lewis… 

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