Plantae novae Orientales III

  title={Plantae novae Orientales III},
  author={J. Freyn},
  journal={{\"O}sterreichische botanische Zeitschrift},
  • J. Freyn
  • Published 1 February 1894
  • Biology
  • Österreichische botanische Zeitschrift

Lectotypification of two Turkish endemic taxa of Centaurea L. (Asteraceae, Cardueae, Centaureinae)

ABSTRACT Two Turkish endemic taxa of Centaurea L. (Asteraceae) are lectotypified, namely Centaurea leptophylla (K.Koch) Tchihat. and C. paphlagonica (Bornm.) Wagenitz.

Name typification of Umbelliferae taxa described by Joseph Franz Freyn

Thirty-three new species and 12 new infraspecific taxa of the Umbelliferae have been described by Bohemian botanist Joseph Franz Freyn and nine species are accepted in the present-day nomenclature of the family.


Gundelia tournefortii L. (Compositae: Gundelieae) is described and illustrated, and its strange inflorescence morphology highlighted, making a commentary on its cultivation and propagation a little difficult.

Typification of Joseph Freyn's names in the genera Celsia and Verbascum (Scrophulariaceae)

Twenty-five names (20 species, three infraspecific taxa and two hybrids) were published in the genera Celsia and Verbascum by the Bohemian botanist Joseph Franz Freyn, and in all but four cases a lectotype is designated.

Typification of the Hieracium (Asteraceae) names described by J. Freyn from Turkey

Nine names in Hieracium s.l. by Josef Freyn and three names by Karl H. Zahn from Turkey are lectotypifi ed from among specimens stored at BRNM. For another two species the holotypes were found in

Identity of Serratula bachtiarica Boiss. & Hausskn. and Centaurea bachtiarica Hayek & Bornm. from Iran

La nouvelle combinaison Rhaponticoides bachtiarica (Boiss. & Hausskn.) L. Martins est validee, et un description complete avec illustrations et caracteristiques du type est presentee.

Zur Taxonomie derVicia narbonensis-Gruppe

The manifoldness in theVicia narbonensis-group has been described, examined cytologically, and treated taxonomically with respect to the results of hybridisation experiments.