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Vol 184, No 2: 31 October 2014 Typifications in the genus Cicendia Adans. (Gentianaceae) Abstract
Mehmet Çiçek
 
Vol 183, No 2: 17 October 2014 Typification of two Linnaean names: Centaurea aspera and Centaurea isnardii (Asteraceae) Abstract
PEDRO PABLO FERRER-GALLEGO, Roberto Roselló, Emilio Laguna, José Gómez, Juan B. Peris
 
Vol 177, No 4: 3 September 2014 Busted ghosts: Rediscovery of supposedly destroyed types of Brazilian Mimosa (Leguminosae, Mimosoideae) Abstract
Leonardo Maurici Borges, José Rubens Pirani
 
Vol 174, No 4: 16 July 2014

A new combination in Asian Clinopodium (Lamiaceae)

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Ian Turner
 
Vol 152, No 1: 11 December 2013

Typification of names in the Sesleria juncifolia species complex (Poaceae)

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ROMEO DI PIETRO
 
Vol 137, No 1: 11 October 2013

Typification of Quercus acuta Thunb. and Q. glauca Thunb. (Fagaceae) 

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Min DENG, Qiansheng LI, Allen COOMBES, Jin XU
 
Vol 84, No 2: 6 Mar. 2013 Typification of names of taxa belonging to Festuca arundinacea (≡Schedonorus arundinaceus) aggregate (Poaceae) in Hackel’s herbarium (W) Abstract
NICOLA M.G. ARDENGHI, MARIA ADELE SIGNORINI, GILBERTO PAROLO, GRAZIANO ROSSI, LIA PIGNOTTI, ERNST VITEK, BRUNO FOGGI
 
Vol 68, No 1 (2012)

Bryoerythrophyllum subcaespitosum (Pottiaceae), a new combination for a neglected species from South America

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JUAN A. JIMÉNEZ, MARÍA J. CANO
 
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