Neotypification of Odontitella virgata (Link) Rothm. and lectotypification of Macrosyringion longiflorum (Lam.) Rothm. (Scrophulariaceae s.l.)

Authors: Rico, Enrique1; Delgado, Luis2; Santos-Vicente, María2; Herrero, Alberto3

Source: Taxon, Volume 57, Number 4, November 2008 , pp. 1347-1350(4)

Publisher: International Association for Plant Taxonomy

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Abstract:

Original material for the endemic Iberian species Odontitella virgata, initially described as Euphrasia linifolia sensu Brot., non L., does not exist. A specimen from Valorado's herbarium (LISU) is chosen here as neotype for the name of the species now placed in the monotypic genus Odontitella. The same specimen is selected as neotype for Euphrasia tenuifolia Pers., basionym of Odontites tenuifolia (Pers.) G. Don, the correct name for these plants in Odontites. In addition, a lectotype is selected for the synonym Odontites aragonensis Willk. Macrosyringion longiflorum, the type of the generic name Macrosyringion, is lectotypified here by a specimen deposited in the Lamarck collections in Paris (P-LA), since that French botanist was the author of the basionym Euphrasia longiflora and not Vahl, to whom authorship has hitherto been generally attributed.

Keywords: IBERIAN PENINSULA; LECTOTYPIFICATION; MACROSYRINGION; NEOTYPIFICATION; NOMENCLATURE; ODONTITELLA; ODONTITES

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Departamento de Botánica, Universidad de Salamanca, 37007 Salamanca, Spain;, Email: erico@usal.es 2: Departamento de Botánica, Universidad de Salamanca, 37007 Salamanca, Spain 3: Real Jardín Botánico, CSIC, Plaza de Murillo 2, 28014 Madrid, Spain

Publication date: November 1, 2008

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