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(Vol.14, 2011-12) A Nomenclator Of Diplostephium (Asteraceae: Astereae): A List Of Species with Their Synonyms and Distribution by Country"
Since the description of Diplostephium by Kunth in 1820, more than 200 Diplostephium taxa have been described. In the absence of a recent revision of the genus, a nomenclator of Diplostephium is provided based on an extensive ...
(Vol.14, 2011-12) A Study of Chaptalia (Asteraceae: Mutisieae) in Central, Southern, and Western Texas and the Resurrection of Chaptalia Carduacea
Recent authors have considered there to be just one species of Chaptalia in central, southern, and western Texas and have called it C. nutans, C. nutans var. texana, or C. texana. Field studies in Travis and Hays counties ...
(Vol.14, 2011-12) Systematics of the Rhynchosia Senna Complex (Fabaceae)
The Rhynchosia senna complex is treated as having four species: R. senna and R. azuaensis, confined to South America; R. prostrata, confined to North America; and R. texana, occurring in both North and South America. One ...
(Vol.13, 2010-12) Transfer Of Hymenoxys Argentea Var. Thoreauensis to Tetraneuris (Asteraceae: Helenieae: Tetraneuridinae)
Based on evidence supporting the recognition of Tetraneuris as a genus separate from Hymenoxys, Hymenoxys argentea var. thoreauensis is basionym of a new combination, Tetraneuris argentea var. thoreauensis.
(Vol.13, 2010-12) Benjamin Carroll Tharp (1885–1964) Remembering a Life Fashioned of Events and Circumstance
Benjamin Carroll Tharp was a legendary Texas botanist who made fundamental contributions to understanding the vegetation of the state and to developing the University of Texas Herbarium. His publications in the early and ...
(Vol.16, 2013-12) An Inventory of the Vascular Plants of Amistad National Recreation Area, Val Verde Co., Texas
Amistad National Recreation Area is a 23,186 ha property in Val Verde County, Texas. A floral inventory was conducted in 2003–2004, producing a checklist of 699 taxa with 99 infraspecific taxa, 686 species, 402 genera, and ...
(Vol.15, 2012-12) Taxonomic Status Of Rhynchosia Diversifoliia Var. Prostrata (Fabaceae)
Rhynchosia diversifolia var. prostrata, sensu Grear (1978), is elevated to specific status where it is given a new name, Rhynchosia bicentrica, nom. and stat. nov., there being an earlier R. prostrata. Reasons for the ...
(Vol.15, 2012-12) Four New Species of the Genus Aloysia (Verbenaceae)
Four new species of the genus Aloysia are described: A. arequipensis, A. coalcomana, A. cordata, and A. velutina. A key to the species and a brief discussion of each novelty is included along with a key to the New World ...
(Vol.15, 2012-12) Notes On Wissadula (Malvaceae), With the Description of Two New Species
Some historical considerations concerning the identity of Wissadula stellata (Cav.) K. Schum., ectotypifications of Sida stellata Cav. and W. fuscorosea Ulbr., the description of two new species (W. ecuadoriensis and W. ...
(Vol.15, 2012-12) Justicia Salasiae, A New Species of Acanthaceae From Oaxaca, Mexico
Justicia salasiae, a new species from tropical deciduous forests in the Sierra Madre del Sur of southern Oaxaca, Mexico is described and illustrated. The species is distinctive by its panicles of spikes bearing elongate ...