Studies on New Zealand Hepaticae. 39–55. More new taxa, combinations, typifications and synonymy in Plagiochila from New Zealand (Plagiochilaceae)
Abstract:Several new taxa and new combinations, re-evaluations of previously published names and synonymy have resulted from our ongoing studies of the New Zealand Plagiochilaceae. The following new taxa are described: Plagiochila arbuscula var. rekohuensis J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr., var. nov., P. circumdentata var. carinata J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr., var. nov., P. deltoidea var. densa J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr., var. nov., and P. gigantea var. inermis J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr., var. nov. New combinations are Plagiochila colensoi var. quinquespina (Steph.) J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr., P. incurvicolla var. lonchoscypha (Herzog) J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr., and P. circinalis var. hemicardia (Hook.f. & Taylor) J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr. Plagiochila colensoi Hook.f. & Taylor replaces P. lyallii Mitt., P. incurvicolla (Hook.f. & Taylor) Gottsche, Lindenb. & Nees replaces P. hatcheri J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr., P. intertexta Hook.f. & Taylor replaces P. sinclairii Mitt., and P. pacifica Mitt. replaces P. kermadecensis J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr. Plagiochila aculeata (Hook.f. & Taylor) Gottsche, Lindenb. & Nees replaces P. baileyana sensu Inoue & R.M.Schust., and P. arbuscula (Brid. ex Lehm.) Lindenb. replaces P. obscura sensu Inoue & R.M.Schust. Plagiochila subflabellata Colenso is recognized as a species distinct from P. fasciculata Lindenb., and Plagiochila wattsiana J.J.Engel & G.L.Merr. is a new name for P. wattsii Steph. of New South Wales, Australia. A more extensive treatment will eventually appear in the New Zealand liverwort flora, but nomenclatural changes are being published separately in order that they may be made immediately available for use.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: November 1, 2010
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