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Valid publication of names in Astereae originally proposed in 1990 in a University of Munich dissertation

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The new species names Mairia petiolata, Zyrphelis capensis, Z. glabra, Z. glandulosa, Z. grauii, Z. macrocarpa, Z. nervosa, Z. spathulata, the new subspecies names Mairia hirsuta subsp. robusta, Zyrphelis ecklonis subsp. oligocephala, Z. ecklonis subsp. strictifolia, Z. microcephala subsp. foliosa, Z. microcephala subsp. glandulosa and the new combinations Zyrphelis ciliaris, Z. ciliaris subsp. angustifolia, Z. ciliaris subsp. hirsuta, Z. decumbens, Z. fruticosa, Z. gracilis, Zyrphelis sect. Gymnostephium, Z. leiocarpa, Z. levis, Z. montana, Z. monticola, and Z. outeniquae are validly published. These names originally appeared in the Ph. D. thesis of the second author, Ursula Zinnecker-Wiegand, submitted to the University of Munich, Germany, in 1990. Being printed and distributed to over 50 libraries, this thesis met the formal requirements for effective publication of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature then in force, but it is no longer effectively published as a result of a retroactive change in the rules adopted at the International Botanical Congress in Vienna in 2005. As result, the new names appearing in the thesis were not validly published and they are validated here.

Keywords: AMELLUS GROUP; ASTERACEAE; ASTEREAE; COMPOSITAE; HOMOCHROMINAE; MAIRIA; NEW SPECIES; ZYRPHELIS

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: Laboratorio de Botánica, Facultade de Farmacia, Universidade de Santiago, 15782 Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain 2: Auersberg 10, 82319 Starnberg, Germany

Publication date: August 1, 2011

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