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A record of plants collected in Southern Rhodesia; arramged on Engler's system. Compiled by Fred. Eyles.

01 Jan 1916-

AboutThe article was published on 1916-01-01 and is currently open access. It has received 2 citation(s) till now.

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13 Dec 2011-Bothalia
TL;DR: Two subgenera of Combretum Loefl.
Abstract: Two subgenera of Combretum Loefl. occur in the Flora of southern Africa ( FSA ) region. Previous sectional classifications were assessed in view of molecular evidence and accordingly modified. Ten sections in subgen. Combretum , 25 species and eight subspecies are recognized. Subgen. Cacoucia (Aubl.) Exell & Stace comprises four sections and seven species. C. engleri Schinz, C. paniculatum Vent. and C. tenuipes Engl. & Diels are reinstated as distinct species separate from C. schumannii Engl., C. microphyllum Klotzsch and C. padoides Engl. & Diels, respectively. C. schumannii occurs outside the FSA region. Records of C. adenogonium Steud. ex A.Rich., C. platypetalum Welw. ex M.A.Lawson subsp. oatesii (Rolfe) Exell and subsp. baumii (Engl. & Gilg) Exell in Botswana are doubtful. C. celastroides Welw. ex M.A.Lawson subsp. orientale Exell is elevated to species level as C. patelliforme Engl. & Diels. C. grandifolium F.Hoffm. is reduced to C. psidioides Welw. subsp. grandifolium (F.Hoffm.) Jordaan. Twenty-six names are lectotypified. The type, a full synonymy, other nomenclatural and taxonomic information, the full distribution range and a distribution map are provided for each taxon. Selected specimens examined are given for poorly known species. Keys to subgenera, sections and species are provided.

14 citations


Journal ArticleDOI
20 Aug 2006-Bothalia
TL;DR: A list of species and synonyms is presented for the African Hypoxis L., with an abbreviated reference to the original publication of a species is included.
Abstract: A list of species and synonyms is presented for the African Hypoxis L. An abbreviated reference to the original publication of a species is included in the list. Distribution of taxa is indicated by the country in which they occur. A list of synonyms with accepted or suggested names and the reference to change in status of a taxon is provided. Subsequent publications on the treatment of a taxon are given to denote congruous and differing resolution of taxa by authorities.

6 citations


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  • ...236(1895) villosa sensu Eyles: 328 (1916). quoad specim....

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Journal ArticleDOI
13 Dec 2011-Bothalia
TL;DR: Two subgenera of Combretum Loefl.
Abstract: Two subgenera of Combretum Loefl. occur in the Flora of southern Africa ( FSA ) region. Previous sectional classifications were assessed in view of molecular evidence and accordingly modified. Ten sections in subgen. Combretum , 25 species and eight subspecies are recognized. Subgen. Cacoucia (Aubl.) Exell & Stace comprises four sections and seven species. C. engleri Schinz, C. paniculatum Vent. and C. tenuipes Engl. & Diels are reinstated as distinct species separate from C. schumannii Engl., C. microphyllum Klotzsch and C. padoides Engl. & Diels, respectively. C. schumannii occurs outside the FSA region. Records of C. adenogonium Steud. ex A.Rich., C. platypetalum Welw. ex M.A.Lawson subsp. oatesii (Rolfe) Exell and subsp. baumii (Engl. & Gilg) Exell in Botswana are doubtful. C. celastroides Welw. ex M.A.Lawson subsp. orientale Exell is elevated to species level as C. patelliforme Engl. & Diels. C. grandifolium F.Hoffm. is reduced to C. psidioides Welw. subsp. grandifolium (F.Hoffm.) Jordaan. Twenty-six names are lectotypified. The type, a full synonymy, other nomenclatural and taxonomic information, the full distribution range and a distribution map are provided for each taxon. Selected specimens examined are given for poorly known species. Keys to subgenera, sections and species are provided.

14 citations


Journal ArticleDOI
20 Aug 2006-Bothalia
TL;DR: A list of species and synonyms is presented for the African Hypoxis L., with an abbreviated reference to the original publication of a species is included.
Abstract: A list of species and synonyms is presented for the African Hypoxis L. An abbreviated reference to the original publication of a species is included in the list. Distribution of taxa is indicated by the country in which they occur. A list of synonyms with accepted or suggested names and the reference to change in status of a taxon is provided. Subsequent publications on the treatment of a taxon are given to denote congruous and differing resolution of taxa by authorities.

6 citations