Nuevas alóctonas en Malvaceae para la flora africana del norte, con notas nomenclaturales

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https://doi.org/10.3989/collectbot.2020.v39.009

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Hibiscus, Lagunaria, táxones no nativos, tipificación, Túnez

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Como parte de los estudios en curso sobre las Malvaceae de Túnez, se descubrieron poblaciones de dos especies de Hibiscus (H. rosa-sinensis y H. syriacus) y de Lagunaria patersonia en el norte de Túnez, que representan los primeros registros de la flora nacional y norteafricana. Se describen caracteres morfológicos, así como datos ecológicos y corológicos. Se proporcionan notas nomenclaturales sobre los nombres H. acerifolius (= H. syriacus), H. chinensis (= H. syriacus), H. patersonius (basiónimo de L. Patersonia) y H. rhombifolius (= H. syriacus), incluida la designación de holótipo para H. Chinensis (ilustración de van Braam Houckgeest), y designación de lectótipos para H. Acerifolius (una ilustración de Salisbury), H. Rhombifolius (ilustración de Cavanilles) y H. Patersonius (ilustración de Andrew). También se tratan otros nombres ilegítimos e inválidos (Althaea frutex, H. floridus, Ketmia syrorum, K. Arborea y K. Arborescens).

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2020-07-01

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El Mokni, R., & Iamonico, D. (2020). Nuevas alóctonas en Malvaceae para la flora africana del norte, con notas nomenclaturales. Collectanea Botanica, 39, e009. https://doi.org/10.3989/collectbot.2020.v39.009

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