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Doweld A.B.,National Institute of Carpology Gaertnerian Institution
Phytotaxa | Year: 2016

The creation of the International Fossil Plant Names Index (IFPNI, 2014 onwards) with the aim of listing of all fossil plant species reveals a few new cases of homonymy between fossil and extant species. In the present paper there are proposed two new combinations in Hemitrapa Miki (1941:289) and four replacing names for later homonyms of Trapa Linnaeus (1753:120) that are illegitimate (Art. 53.1 of the International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi and Plants—ICN, McNeill et al, 2012). New nomenclatural acts were registered through a pilot registration version in the International Fossil Plant Names Index (IFPNI 2014 onwards), with unique persistent registration barcode (LSID) listed under each newly proposed fossil plant taxon. © 2016 Magnolia Press. Source


Doweld A.B.,National Institute of Carpology Gaertnerian Institution
Phytotaxa | Year: 2016

12 fossil species names of Potamogeton described from the Miocene to Pleistocene sediments of Eurasia based on fruit endocarp findings were found to be later homonyms of some extant and fossil species of Potamogeton and are here replaced by new names: Potamogeton baluevae (replacement name for fossil P. decipiens), P. borsukiae (replacement name for fossil P. carinatus), P. gorbunovii (replacement name for fossil P. pseudofriesii), P. jakubovskajae (replacement name for fossil P. praenatans), P. kasakorum (replacement name for fossil P. pliocenicus), P. kolesnikovae (replacement name for fossil P. stylatus), P. kondinskajae (replacement name for fossil P. obtusus), P. novorossicus (replacement name for fossil P. corniculatus), P. pashkovii (replacement name for fossil P. striatus), P. rutiloides (replacement name for fossil P. palaeorutilus), P. snigirevskajae (replacement name for fossil P. microcarpus), P. volgensis (replacement name for fossil P. tataricus). Nomenclature and typification of names are given along with their palaeogeographic and stratigraphic data. © 2016 Magnolia Press. Source


Doweld A.B.,National Institute of Carpology Gaertnerian Institution
Palaeoworld | Year: 2012

New generic names . Szecalamitina nom. nov., . Gigantogramme nom. nov., and . Gigantocladus nom. nov. are proposed here for the Permian plants of Cathaysia to replace illegitimate names . Siella Yang, 2006, . Acanthocladus Yang, 2006, and . Hallea Yang et Wu, 2006, which are later homonyms respectively of flowering plants . Siella . Pimenov, 1978 (. Rubiaceae) and . Acanthocladus . Hasskarl, 1864 (. Polygalaceae), . Hallea . Mathews, 1948, used for fossil seeds. New combinations are made to transfer all described species of these Chinese fossil plants into new genera, . Szecalamitina, . Gigantogramme, and . Gigantocladus. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. and Nanjing Institute of Geology and Palaeontology, CAS. Source


Doweld A.B.,National Institute of Carpology Gaertnerian Institution
Taxon | Year: 2013

(2152-2174) Proposals to conserve the names Abiespollenites, Alatisporites, Apiculatasporites, Cicatricosisporites, Densosporites, Elongatosporites, Faguspollenites, Gnetaceaepollenites, Granulatisporites, Juglanspollenites, Palaeoavena, Piceaepollenites, Poacordaites, Pseudoaraucaria, Quercipollenites, Sabalpollenites, Sequoiapollenites, Setosisporites, Sparganiaceaepollenites, Tuberculatisporites, Ulmipollenites, Valvisporites, Verrucosisporites (fossil plants), all hyphenated when published, with these spellings. Source


Doweld A.B.,National Institute of Carpology Gaertnerian Institution
Taxon | Year: 2011

Exact publication dates are provided for the first time for Scripta Botanica [Botanichyeskiya zapiski], the first Russian scientific botanical journal which appeared from 1886 to 1916. Source

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