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Ferrer-Gallego P.P.,Centro para la Investigacion y Experimentacion Forestal | Boisset F.,University of Valencia
Phytotaxa | Year: 2015

The typification of the names Selaginella denticulata (L.) Spring (≡ Lycopodium denticulatum L.) and S. ornithopodioides (L.) Spring (≡ L. ornithopodioides L.) (Selaginellaceae) is discussed. A specimen at LINN is designated as the lectotype of S. denticulata, and a specimen at BM is designated as the second-step lectotype of the name S. ornithopodioides. © 2015 Magnolia Press. Source


Ferrer-Gallego P.P.,Centro para la Investigacion y Experimentacion Forestal
Webbia | Year: 2014

The typification of the name Verbascum boerhavii L. (Scrophulariaceae: Verbasceae) is discussed. The designation of a lectotype is based on a consultation of Linnaeuss original material and the literature cited in the protologue. Original material conserved in the Linnaean Herbarium at the Linnean Society of London is designated as the lectotype. © 2014 © 2014 Dipartimento di Biologia, Università di Firenze. Source


Troia A.,University of Palermo | Laguna E.,Centro para la Investigacion y Experimentacion Forestal
Journal of Arid Environments | Year: 2015

Authors briefly present some observations and reflections on the "seeding strategy" of some plant species (Cistus spp., Cistaceae, in particular) in the Mediterranean area in relation to fire: they conclude it does not seem a specific adaptation to wildfires (as suggested in a relevant part of the recent literature), but a generalistic adaptation to open, high energy and variable habitats with aleatory fluctuations. The difference is important both for theoretical and applied aspects, e.g. for the correct management of Cistus species and of other Mediterranean species and habitats. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. Source


Ferrer-Gallego P.P.,Centro para la Investigacion y Experimentacion Forestal | Boisset F.,University of Valencia
Taxon | Year: 2015

A neotype for the widespread and ecologically important seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Hydrocharitaceae) (≡ Zostera stipulacea) is designated. Lectotypes are also designated for the heterotypic synonyms Z. bullata and H. balfourii. © International Association for Plant Taxonomy (IAPT) 2015. Source


Ferrer-Gallego P.P.,Centro para la Investigacion y Experimentacion Forestal
Phytotaxa | Year: 2016

The typification of the Linnaean name Asplenium marinum (Aspleniaceae) is revised. This name had previously been lectotypified by Reichstein in 1981 from a specimen kept at the herbarium LINN. However, Linnaeus cited a specimen from the Burser herbarium at UPS in the protologue, and therefore in lectotype designation this specimen must be chosen according to Art. 9.12 of the Melbourne Code. © 2016 Magnolia Press. Source

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