Typification of Zapałowicz’s names in Aconitum section Aconitum

@article{Wacawskawiertnia2016TypificationOZ,
  title={Typification of Zapałowicz’s names in Aconitum section Aconitum},
  author={Klaudia Wacławska-{\'C}wiertnia and J{\'o}zef Mitka},
  journal={PhytoKeys},
  year={2016},
  pages={119 - 126}
}
Abstract Hugo Zapałowicz described and named 27 taxa in Aconitum sect. Aconitum. Their names are typified here. Two of them (Aconitum berdaui, Aconitum bucovinense) are deemed correct for currently accepted species of the Carpathians, 24 are reduced to synonymy under five taxa, and for one no original material has been located. The correct place and exact date of their publication, which differs from those usually assumed, have been ascertained by bibliographic verification and the study of… 

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