Nomenclatural corrections to the taxonomic revision of The Old World species of Boehmeria (Urticaceae, tribus Boehmerieae) by Wilmot-Dear & Friis (2013)
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) identifications of types for a number of excluded names: Boehmeria amaranthus, B. bodinieri, B. cavaleriei, B. martini and B. vanioiti.
No Supplementary Data.
No Article Media
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2014
More about this publication?
- Blumea is an international journal on the biodiversity, evolution and biogeography of plants, including topics on systematics, floristics, phylogeny, morphology and anatomy. For floristic studies, the focus is on tropical Africa south of the Sahara, tropical Southeast Asia with a strong emphasis on Malesia, and South America with emphasis on the Guianas. Papers in Blumea are subjected to peer review and are in English. Blumea is published three times a year, comprising c. 300 pages in total.
For more information please contact the Publishing Department of the National Herbarium of the Netherlands.
Fast Track articles are available here
If there are no articles shown in this section, all the Fast Track articles are published in the latest issue of Blumea.
- Back issues for Blumea
- Blumea Supplement Series
- Ingenta Connect is not responsible for the content or availability of external websites