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Free Content Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Vascular Plants: 65

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Abstract:

The family name Viburnaceae is recommended for conservation. The following two generic names are recommended for conservation: Dunbaria with conserved type and Meconopsis with conserved type. Cacalia sect. Cissampelopsis, the basionym of Cissampelopsis, is recommended for conservation with conserved type. The following three generic names are not recommended for conservation: Brachypterum against Solori, Inula with conserved type, and Pabstiella against Phloeophila. Conservation of the generic name Mezoneuron with that spelling is considered to be unnecessary. The generic name Hexasepalum is not recommended for rejection. The following 18 species names are recommended for conservation: Ageratum conyzoides with conserved type, Bambusa baccifera with conserved type, Calamus latifolius with conserved type, Carex norvegica against C. halleri and with conserved type, Eucalyptus populnea with conserved type, Ficus insipida with conserved type, Geranium pyrenaicum with conserved type, Glycine floribunda with conserved type, Glycyrrhiza inflata against G. paucifoliolata, Hedysarum incanum Sw. against H. incanum Thunb., Hoya mitrata against H. wallichiana, Ipomoea semisagitta with conserved type, Macrolobium grandiflorum against M. straussianum, Maytenus ilicifolia Mart. ex Reissek against M. ilicifolia (Schrad.) Planch., Myosotis sicula against M. gussonei, Ornithogalum narbonense with conserved type, Polygala longicaulis against P. brachistachyos, and Spermacoce hyssopifolia Willd. ex Roem. & Schult. The following four species names are not recommended for conservation: Carex foliosa D. Don against C. foliosa All., Cytisus podolicus against C. bucovinensis, Cytisus blockianus against C. kerneri and C. marilauni, and Xiphion vulgare against Iris xiphium. In lieu of conservation of Curcuma euchroma against Erndlia subpersonata and Odontarrhena obovata against Alyssum fischerianum, rejection of Erndlia subpersonata and Alyssum fischerianum is recommended. Conservation of two species names, Prunus virginiana with conserved type and Solanum torvum with conserved type, is considered to be unnecessary. The following 12 species names are recommended for rejection: Cactus coquimbanus, Eriogonum cordatum, Gomphrena polygonoides, Laurus nitida, Oisodix fulva, Pinus adunca, Pinus californiana, Potamogeton dimorphus, Potamogeton petiolaris, Sisymbrium lineare, Spermacoce hyssopifolia Sm., and Spermacoce strigosa. The following three species names are not recommended for rejection: Blainvillea rhomboidea, Hexasepalum angustifolium, and Verbesina dichotoma. It is recommended that Ferdinanda Lag. and Ferdinandea Pohl, and Lerouxia Mérat and Lerrouxia Caball., be treated as homonyms. It is recommended that Laurus porrecta Roxb. be treated as not validly published. After two ballots, no vote of at least 11 either for or against a proposal to superconserve Adoxaceae against Viburnaceae has been obtained.

Document Type: Case Report

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12705/626.49

Affiliations: Missouri Botanical Garden, P.O. Box 299, St. Louis, Missouri 63166-0299, U.S.A.;, Email: wendy.applequist@mobot.org

Publication date: December 20, 2013

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