RESURRECTION OF THE GENUS ENDOLEPIS AND CLARIFICATION OF ATRIPLEX PHYLLOSTEGIA (CHENOPODIACEAE).

@article{Stutz1993RESURRECTIONOT,
  title={RESURRECTION OF THE GENUS ENDOLEPIS AND CLARIFICATION OF ATRIPLEX PHYLLOSTEGIA (CHENOPODIACEAE).},
  author={H. Stutz and Ge-lin Chu and S. Sanderson},
  journal={American journal of botany},
  year={1993},
  volume={80 5},
  pages={
          592-597
        }
}
The genus Endolepis was first described by Torrey in 1860 with E. suckleyi (E. dioica [Nutt.] Standley) as the only species, noting that it differed from species of Atriplex by the presence of perianth parts in the female flowers. Later, Standley described two additional species: E. covillei and E. monilifera. H. M. Hall and Clements merged Endolepis with Atriplex because they thought that the presence of perianth parts in female flowers was variable in Atriplex phyllostegia. It is now clear… Expand
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