O'LEARY Nataly Cristina
Las especies de Salvia L. (Lamiaceae) para Argentina
O'LEARY NATALY; MORONI PABLO
INSTITUTO DE BOTÁNICA DARWINION
Lugar: Buenos Aires; Año: 2016 vol. 4 p. 91 - 91
Salvia is thebiggest genus from Lamiceae, with almost 900 species. In Argentina it is represented by 23 taxa (20 species, one subspecies, and two varieties), four of these areadventive taxa, the rest are native, and one of these is endemic. Species are distributed predominantly in the north regionof the territory, reaching the provinces of La Pampa and Mendozaas the southern limit of its distribution. Each of the 23 Salvia taxa present in Argentina is described and illustrated,and a key for their identification is presented. At the same time, three new synonymsare proposed, Salviaborjensis new synonym of Salvianervosa, Salviadurifolia new synonym of Salviaovalifolia var. ovalifolia and Salvia alba new synonym of Salvia personata, and ten lectotypesare designated for: Salviaapproximata, S. arenaria,S. ovalifoliavar. villosa, S.pallida, S. procurrens,S. reflexa, S. serrata, S. stachydifolia, S. uliginosa, and Salvia sect. Pycnosphace.