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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127251/the-pollen-morphology-of-pelargonium-endlicherianum-and-pelargonium-quercetorum-geraniaceae-in-turkey
#1
Birol Başer, Mehmet Fırat, Akın Aziret
The pollen morphology of Pelargonium endlicherianum Fenzl. and Pelargonium quercetorum Agnew. from the family Geraniaceae was examined under light microscopy and scanning electron microscopy. Pollen morphologies are eurypalynous. The pollen grains were tricolporate, prolate-spheroidal and large. Aperture was ectoaperture, colpus was short, and the pores were oblate-spheroidal and large. The exine ornamentations were striate-reticulate and the reticula were heterobrachate. The 2 species are invasive exotics in Turkey...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127250/spathelia-belizensis-a-new-species-and-first-record-for-the-genus-in-central-america-tribe-spathelieae-rutaceae
#2
Pedro Acevedo-Rodríguez, Steven W Brewer
Spathelia L. as currently circumscribed is endemic to the western portion of the West Indies, and contains nine species, one endemic to the Bahamas, three endemic to Jamaica and five endemic to Cuba. The discovery of a new species in Belize brings the total number of species in Spathelia to ten and expands its known distribution beyond the West Indies. Spathelia belizensissp. nov. is herein described, illustrated and contrasted to its most morphologically similar congener. A key to the species of Spathelia is provided...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127249/systematics-of-simplicia-kirk-poaceae-agrostidinae-an-endemic-threatened-new-zealand-grass-genus
#3
Peter J de Lange, Rob D Smissen, Jeremy R Rolfe, Colin C Ogle
A new species of the New Zealand endemic grass Simplicia, Simplicia felix is described. The new species is segregated from and compared with Simplicia buchananii and Simplicia laxa. Simplicia felix occurs mostly in lightly shaded areas of seasonally dry alluvial forest. A distribution map and an assessment of the conservation status of the new species are presented. Genetic variation in the genus was examined, building on previously published work but including additional sampling. Analysis of nrDNA ITS and ETS and plastid trnL intron and trnL-F intergenic spacer sequences show Simplicia felix to be more closely related to Simplicia laxa than to Simplicia buchananii...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127248/resurrection-of-the-genus-aphyllon-for-new-world-broomrapes-orobanche-s-l-orobanchaceae
#4
Adam C Schneider
Recent phylogenetic studies support a monophyletic clade of New World broomrapes (Orobanche sects. Gymnocaulis and Nothaphyllon) sister to the Old World genus Phelipanche. I place the New World taxa in the genus Aphyllon, propose 21 new combinations, and provide a list of currently accepted taxa.
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127247/taxonomy-and-nomenclature-of-the-polymorphic-european-high-mountain-species-androsace-vitaliana-l-lapeyr-primulaceae
#5
Christopher J Dixon, Walter Gutermann, Peter Schönswetter, Gerald M Schneeweiss
Androsace vitaliana (syn. Vitaliana primuliflora; Primulaceae) has been subject to several taxonomic treatments, whose conclusions ranged from a single species with numerous infraspecific taxa to several species usually without infraspecific taxa. Here, following molecular investigation, several taxonomic changes are made. A single species with the following infraspecific taxa is recognized: subsp. vitaliana (Pyrenees), subsp. cinerea (south-western Alps), subsp. lepontina (Pennine Alps), subsp. sesleri (south-eastern Alps), subsp...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127246/a-remarkable-new-species-of-brunfelsia-solanaceae-from-the-eastern-andes-of-central-peru
#6
James G Graham, John P Janovec
Brunfelsia cabiesesiana J. G. Graham, sp. nov. (Solanaceae), a new species from montane cloud forests of Ucayali and Pasco Departments, Peru, is described and illustrated. The new species differs from all other members of the genus Brunfelsia by its cauline inflorescences. A key to the Peruvian species of Brunfelsia is presented.
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127245/franti%C3%A5-ek-n%C3%A3-b%C3%A4-lek-s-iter-turcico-persicum-1909-1910-database-and-digitized-herbarium-collection
#7
Matúš Kempa, John Edmondson, Hans Walter Lack, Janka Smatanová, Karol Marhold
The Czech botanist František Nábělek (1884-1965) explored the Middle East in 1909-1910, visiting what are now Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Bahrain, Iran and Turkey. He described four new genera, 78 species, 69 varieties and 38 forms of vascular plants, most of these in his work Iter Turcico-Persicum (1923-1929). The main herbarium collection of Iter Turcico-Persicum comprises 4163 collection numbers (some with duplicates), altogether 6465 specimens. It is currently deposited in the herbarium SAV...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127244/arabis-watsonii-p-h-davis-f-k-mey-an-overlooked-cruciferous-species-from-eastern-anatolia-and-its-phylogenetic-position
#8
Barış Özüdoğru, Mehmet Fırat
Arabis watsonii (P.H.Davis) F.K.Mey. was initially reported as Thlaspi watsonii P.H.Davis in Flora of Turkey. Although F.K.Meyer transferred this species to Arabis L., this species has been overlooked and treated as Thlaspi L. in relevant literature for Flora of Turkey. In this study this species was evaluated using molecular (nuclear ITS and plastidic trnL-F sequences) and morphological data. Results clearly show that Arabis watsonii is sister to the Arabis hirsuta aggregate and its relatives. In conclusion, our results increased the number of known Arabis species in Turkey to 23...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127243/borneocola-zingiberaceae-a-new-genus-from-borneo
#9
Yen Yen Sam, Atsuko Takano, Halijah Ibrahim, Eliška Záveská, Fazimah Aziz
A new genus from Borneo, Borneocola Y.Y.Sam, is described here. The genus currently contains eight species previously classified as members of the Scaphochlamys Baker. The finding is based on the results of the morphological and molecular studies of Scaphochlamys throughout its geographical range and its closely allied sister groups, Distichochlamys M.F.Newman and Myxochlamys A.Takano & Nagam. Borneocola is nested within the tribe Zingibereae and its monophyly is strongly supported by both ITS and matK sequence data...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127242/galium-shinasii-rubiaceae-a-new-species-of-galium-l-from-eastern-turkey
#10
Levent Şık, Hasan Yıldırım, Ademi Fahri Pirhan, Yusuf Altıoğlu, Meliha Gemici
Galium shinasii Yıldırım (Rubiaceae), is described as a new species from Malatya Province in eastern Anatolia, Turkey. The new species is morphologically related to Galium cornigerum Boiss. & Hausskn. Galium lasiocarpum and Galium sorgereae Ehrend. and Schönb. but clearly differs from them based on the morphological differences presented in the species description. In addition, the conservation status, the distribution map, and notes on the biogeography and ecology of the new species are given.
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127241/the-identity-of-callicarpa-minutiflora-y-y-qian-lamiaceae-and-taxonomic-synonym-of-c-longifolia-lamarck
#11
Zhonghui Ma, Zhiwei Su
Although the specific epithet of Callicarpa minutiflora Y. Y. Qian has been revised for many times, during the study of the genus Callicarpa, we find that Callicarpa minutiflora Y. Y. Qian is identical to Callicarpa longifolia Lamarck by a series of morphologic characters. In order to avoid more confusion, here Callicarpa minutiflora Y. Y. Qian is reduced as a synonym of Callicarpa longifolia Lamarck.
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127240/taxonomic-and-floristic-novelties-for-echeveria-crassulaceae-in-central-michoacan-mexico
#12
Ignacio García-Ruiz, Dagoberto Valentín-Martínez, Pablo Carrillo-Reyes, Mihai Costea
A new species, Echeveria coruana, is described and illustrated from the malpaís near San Andrés Corú, Michoacan, Mexico. The species belongs to series Gibbiflorae and the new taxon was compared with Echeveria purhepecha and Echeveria patriotica, with whom it shares the closest morphological affinities. Additionally, Echeveria yalmanantlaensis an endangered species from Sierra of Manantlán Biosphere Reserve, State of Colima, was also discovered near San Andrés Corú and is reported for the first time from the State of Michoacan...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127239/two-new-infraspecific-taxa-of-verbascum-delphicum-scrophulariaceae-scrophularieae-from-mainland-greece-and-the-island-of-evvia
#13
Aris Zografidis
Verbascum delphicum Boiss. & Heldr. subsp. cervi Zografidis (Scrophulariaceae, Scrophularieae) is described as a subspecies new to science and illustrated. It is narrowly distributed in the Greek National Park of Mt Parnitha (Attica, Greece) with a very small population size. The new subspecies is a seldom-collected taxon, previously overlooked and misidentified as consubspecific with the autonymous subspecies, an endemic of the island of Evvia (Greece). Also described in this study is a new variety of subsp...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127238/isoetes-mississippiensis-a-new-quillwort-from-mississippi-usa
#14
Peter W Schafran, Steven W Leonard, Rebecca D Bray, W Carl Taylor, Lytton J Musselman
Isoetes mississippiensis S.W. Leonard, W.C. Taylor, L.J. Musselman and R.D. Bray (Isoetaceae, Lycopodiophyta) is a new species known from two sites along tributaries of the Pearl River in southern Mississippi. This species is distinguished from other species in the southeastern United States by a combination of character states including a basic diploid (2n=22) chromosome count, laevigate megaspores, and a narrow velum covering less than one-third of the adaxial sporangium wall.
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127237/phylogenetic-analyses-and-morphological-characteristics-support-the-description-of-a-second-species-of-tridimeris-annonaceae
#15
Andres Ernesto Ortiz-Rodriguez, Marcos Alberto Escobar-Castellanos, Miguel Angel Pérez-Farrera
Based on phylogenetic and morphological evidence, Tridimeris chiapensis Escobar-Castellanos & Ortiz-Rodr., sp. n. (Annonaceae), a new species from the karst forest of southern Mexico, is described and illustrated. The new species differs from Tridimeris hahniana, the only described species in the genus, in that the latter has flowers with sepals densely tomentose outside, one (rarely two) carpel(s) per flower and fruits densely covered with golden-brown hairs, while Tridimeris chiapensis has flowers with glabrous sepals outside, two to five carpels per flower and glabrous fruits...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127236/taxonomic-revision-of-neotropical-murdannia-royle-commelinaceae
#16
Marco Octávio de Oliveira Pellegrini, Robert B Faden, Rafael Felipe de Almeida
This study provides a taxonomic revision for the Neotropical species of the genus Murdannia. Six species are recognized as native, including a new species and a new combination, while two Asian species are recognized as invasive. We present an identification key, a table summarizing the morphologic differences among the species, a new synonym, six lectotypifications, a distribution map, and descriptions, comments and photographic plates for each species. We also provide comments on the morphology of the Neotropical species of Murdannia, comparing them with the Paleotropical species, and a discussion of inflorescence architecture in the genus as a whole...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127235/two-new-non-spiny-solanum-solanaceae-from-the-gran-chaco-americano-and-a-key-for-the-herbaceous-glandular-pubescent-solanums-from-the-region
#17
Tiina Särkinen, Sandra Knapp
The Gran Chaco Americano is a major savanna woodland system in South America that harbours great plant and animal diversity. Two new herbaceous species of the Morelloid clade of Solanum (largely corresponding to the traditional Solanum section Solanum) are described here from the Bolivian Chaco. Both species are morphologically similar to a group of related species with glandular pubescence and enlarged, foliaceous calyces that includes Solanum atriplicifolium Gillies ex Nees, Solanum nitidibaccatum Bitter, Solanum physalifolium Rusby, Solanum sarrachoides Sendtn...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28127234/rainbio-a-mega-database-of-tropical-african-vascular-plants-distributions
#18
Gilles Dauby, Rainer Zaiss, Anne Blach-Overgaard, Luís Catarino, Theo Damen, Vincent Deblauwe, Steven Dessein, John Dransfield, Vincent Droissart, Maria Cristina Duarte, Henry Engledow, Geoffrey Fadeur, Rui Figueira, Roy E Gereau, Olivier J Hardy, David J Harris, Janneke de Heij, Steven Janssens, Yannick Klomberg, Alexandra C Ley, Barbara A Mackinder, Pierre Meerts, Jeike L van de Poel, Bonaventure Sonké, Marc S M Sosef, Tariq Stévart, Piet Stoffelen, Jens-Christian Svenning, Pierre Sepulchre, Xander van der Burgt, Jan J Wieringa, Thomas L P Couvreur
The tropical vegetation of Africa is characterized by high levels of species diversity but is undergoing important shifts in response to ongoing climate change and increasing anthropogenic pressures. Although our knowledge of plant species distribution patterns in the African tropics has been improving over the years, it remains limited. Here we present RAINBIO, a unique comprehensive mega-database of georeferenced records for vascular plants in continental tropical Africa. The geographic focus of the database is the region south of the Sahel and north of Southern Africa, and the majority of data originate from tropical forest regions...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27872560/lecanorchis-tabugawaensis-orchidaceae-vanilloideae-a-new-mycoheterotrophic-plant-from-yakushima-island-japan
#19
Kenji Suetsugu, Hirokazu Fukunaga
A new species, Lecanorchis tabugawaensis Suetsugu & Fukunaga, sp. nov. from Yakushima Island, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan, is described and illustrated. Lecanorchis tabugawaensis is similar to Lecanorchis taiwaniana, but it is easily distinguished by the straight column, the glabrous status of the base of the column, the almost entire and narrow labellum morphology, the shorter part of the column fused with the labellum and the glabrous status of the apical part of the adaxial labellum surface. The new species appears to be restricted to two locations, each consisting of only dozens of mature individuals, and is assessed as Critically Endangered [CR D1] according to IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria...
2016: PhytoKeys
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27872559/a-new-globba-with-large-white-floral-bracts-from-peninsular-malaysia
#20
Yen Yen Sam, Halijah Ibrahim
Globba magnibracteata Y.Y.Sam, sp. nov. is described and illustrated. Colour plates, a preliminary conservation assessment and a discussion of its closely related taxa are provided.
2016: PhytoKeys
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