Typification of the name Johnstonella (Boraginaceae)

@article{Simpson2014TypificationOT,
  title={Typification of the name Johnstonella (Boraginaceae)},
  author={Michael G. Simpson and Kristen Hasenstab-Lehman and Ronald B. Kelley},
  journal={Taxon},
  year={2014},
  volume={63},
  pages={930-931}
}
The genus Johnstonella Brand was published in 1925, as a segregate genus of Cryptantha (Boraginaceae). Brand included two species, J. racemosa and J. inaequata, in his treatment. Johnston, in the same year, indicated J. racemosa as the type of Johnstonella. However, Johnston's publication predated Brand's; therefore, Johnston's typification is not effective. Although Johnstonella has generally not been accepted by taxonomists, it has recently been resurrected based on molecular phylogenetic… 

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The hypothesis of repeated, unidirectional dispersal events, from North to South America, is generally supported and the multiple, derived evolution of perenniality, reduction in nutlet number, nutlet heteromorphism, smooth nutlet sculpturing, heterostyly, and cleistogamy are supported.

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Therefore , we formally designate a type for Johnstonella here

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