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Authors Guillo, A., M. A. Alonso, A. Juan and M. B. Crespo
Title Nomenclatural notes on Sarcocornia perennis (Mill.) A. J. Scott (Amaranthaceae)
Source Candollea
Author Keywords AMARANTHACEAE Salicornia Sarcocornia Nomenclature Typification chenopodiaceae phylogeny revision
Abstract GUILLO, A., M. A. ALONSO, A. JUAN & M. B. CRESPO (2011). Nomenclatural notes on Sarcocornia perennis (Mill.) A. J. Scott (Amaranthaceae). Condollea 66: 331-335. In English, English and French abstracts. Some nomenclatural comments are reported on Sarcocornia perennis (Mill.) A. J. Scott (equivalent to Salicornia perennis Mill.) (Amaranthaceae), a plant widely distributed in the saline areas of Western Europe and the Mediterranean basin. On the one hand, historical data on related taxa, including pre-Linnaean polynomials, are discussed. On the other, a neotype is selected to fix the use of the name, and a list of synonyms is also presented.
Author Address [Guillo, Ana; Angeles Alonso, M.; Juan, Ana; Crespo, Manuel B.] Univ Alicante, CIBIO Inst Biodiversidad, E-03080 Alicante, Spain. Guillo, A (reprint author), Univ Alicante, CIBIO Inst Biodiversidad, POB 99, E-03080 Alicante, Spain ana.guillo@ua.es
ISSN 0373-2967
ISBN 0373-2967
29-Character Source Abbreviation Candollea
Year Published 2011
Volume 66
Issue 2
Beginning Page 331-335
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000298974300009
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