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Lectotypification of Several Names Currently Placed in Diplazium (Woodsiaceae)

Lectotypifications are made for the following names that apply to species of Diplazium in the Old World: D. atratum, D. conterminum, D. crinipes, D. megaphyllum, D. polypodioides var. vestitum, D. sechellarum, and D. sikkimense. The types of these names have scales with black borders and bifid margi... Full description

Journal Title: American fern journal 2003, Vol.93 (2), p.90-92
Main Author: Pacheco, Leticia
Other Authors: Moran, Robbin C.
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Language: English
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Quelle: Alma/SFX Local Collection
Publisher: American Fern Society
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title: Lectotypification of Several Names Currently Placed in Diplazium (Woodsiaceae)
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  • Moran, Robbin C.
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  • Biological taxonomies
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  • Plant names
  • Plant veins
  • Regular
  • Syntypes
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description: Lectotypifications are made for the following names that apply to species of Diplazium in the Old World: D. atratum, D. conterminum, D. crinipes, D. megaphyllum, D. polypodioides var. vestitum, D. sechellarum, and D. sikkimense. The types of these names have scales with black borders and bifid marginal teeth, a scale type characteristic of the diplazioid segregate Callipteris.
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