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Nomenclatural corrections to the taxonomic revision of The Old World species of Boehmeria (Urticaceae, tribus Boehmerieae) by Wilmot-Dear & Friis (2013) Naturalis
Wilmot-Dear, C.M.; Friis, I.; Govaerts, R.H.A..
This nomenclatural note, a sequel to a recently published taxonomic revision of the Old World species of the genus Boehmeria (Urticaceae), establishes: 1) a holotype of B. maugereti, synonym of taxon no. 8b in the revision (B. clidemioides var. diffusa); 2) B. zollingeriana Wedd. var. blinii (H.Lév.) C.J.Chen in Chen et al. (2003) as the correct name for the variety named in the revision as B. zollingeriana var. podocarpa in Chen et al. (2003); 3) that the combination B. spicata, based on Urtica spicata, is not illegitimate, as stated in the revision in synonymy of B. japonica and in an attached note; 4) a corrected synonymy for B. splitgerbera and the designation of a lectotype for Splitgerbera japonica and its nomenclatural synonyms; and 5)...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Boehmeria; Nomenclature; Typification; Urticaceae.
Ano: 2014 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524716
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The Old World species of Boehmeria (Urticaceae, tribus Boehmerieae). A taxonomic revision Naturalis
Wilmot-Dear, C.M.; Friis, I..
This is the second part of a world-wide revision of the genus Boehmeria, the previously-published part having dealt with the New World species. The Old World species are widely distributed in the tropics and subtropics from West Africa to islands in the Pacific Ocean and from Japan and China to Southern Africa, Madagascar and Australia, with the highest species richness in the Himalayas and their extension into China and Indochina. No indigenous species is common to both the Old and New World. The species represent taxonomic units of very different complexity: most species exhibit little infraspecific variation; in several others formal taxonomic infraspecific units can be recognised; however, in two, B. virgata and B. japonica, a highly complex variation...
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Boehmeria; Conservation assessment; Descriptions; Distribution; Ecology; Keys; Old World; Taxon richness; Taxonomic revision; Urticaceae.
Ano: 2013 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/524890
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Urticaceae for the non-specialist: Identification in the Flora Malesiana region, Indochina and Thailand Naturalis
Wilmot-Dear, C.M..
Urticaceae comprises five tribes. Most specimens can be identified to tribe, many to genus, by the nonspecialist. Keys are provided to the tribes and to the genera within each tribe, based on the more easily observable diagnostic characters. Additional notes to each genus are also given.
Tipo: Article / Letter to the editor Palavras-chave: Diagnostic characters; Flora Malesiana; Genera; Indochina; Keys; Thailand; Tribes; Urticaceae.
Ano: 2009 URL: http://www.repository.naturalis.nl/record/525334
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