New combinations in the tribe Urgineeae (Asparagaceae subfam. Scilloideae) with comments on contrasting taxonomic treatments

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Title: New combinations in the tribe Urgineeae (Asparagaceae subfam. Scilloideae) with comments on contrasting taxonomic treatments
Authors: Martínez-Azorín, Mario | Crespo, Manuel B. | Alonso-Vargas, M. Angeles | Dold, Anthony P. | Crouch, Neil R. | Pfosser, Martin | Mucina, Ladislav | Pinter, Michael | Wetschnig, Wolfgang
Research Group/s: Botánica y Conservación Vegetal
Center, Department or Service: Universidad de Alicante. Departamento de Ciencias Ambientales y Recursos Naturales
Keywords: Austronea | Hyacinthaceae | Indurgia | Nomenclature | Schizobasis | Taxonomy | Tenicroa | Thuranthos | Typification | Urgineoideae | Urgineopsis | Vera-duthiea | Monocots
Knowledge Area: Botánica
Issue Date: 22-Mar-2019
Publisher: Magnolia Press
Citation: Phytotaxa. 2019, 397(4): 291-299. doi:10.11646/phytotaxa.397.4.3
Abstract: As part of a taxonomic revision of tribe Urgineeae, and informed by morphological and phylogenetic evidence obtained in the last decade, we present 17 new combinations in Austronea, Indurgia, Schizobasis, Tenicroa, Thuranthos, Urgineopsis, and Vera-duthiea. These are for taxa recently described in Drimia sensu latissimo or otherwise named during the past century. We include type information for all considered taxa and designate lectotypes for Drimia pauciflora, Urginea salmonea and U. sebirii. We discuss recent analytic and synthetic approaches to taxonomic arrangements for the Urgineeae and reinforce the support of an analytic treatment that recognises several genera characterised by distinct syndromes of morphological characters, biogeography and molecular evidence.
Sponsor: This work was partly supported by H2020 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange Programme of the European Commission, project 645636: ‘Insect-plant relationships: insights into the biodiversity and new applications’ (FlyHigh), and the grants ACIE18-03 and UAUSTI18-02 from University of Alicante.
ISSN: 1179-3155 (Print) | 1179-3163 (Online)
DOI: 10.11646/phytotaxa.397.4.3
Language: eng
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Rights: © 2019 Magnolia Press
Peer Review: si
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