Tipificaciones en Azorelloideae (Apiaceae) para la Flora de Argentina
FERNÁNDEZ, MARTINA; CALVIÑO, CAROLINA I.
BOLETÃN DE LA SOCIEDAD ARGENTINA DE BOTÃ¡NICA
SOCIEDAD ARGENTINA DE BOTÁNICA
Lugar: Córdoba; Año: 2020 vol. 55 p. 131 - 136
Background and aims: Azorelloideae is one of the four monophyletic subfamilies of Apiaceae and currently comprises 10 genera. In the context of the revision of the subfamily Azorelloideae (Apiaceae) for the Flora of Argentina project, 15 names belonging to Asteriscium, Bolax, Bowlesia, Diposis and Pozoa were found to need typifications. M&M: To resolve typifications, all protologues and the original material of all names were studied, and decisions were made following the International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi and Plants, and based on our expertise on the taxonomy of the group.Results & Conclusions: 14 lectotypes and one neotype are designated here, giving justifications for each selection. As a result, a permanent reference specimen has been selected to all names of Azorelloideae included in Flora Argentina, which is an essential step for the correct identification of the species involved.