A note on the author citation and type of Sida bidentata (Abutilon bidentatum; Malvaceae)

Abstract

Various author citations for the African species Abutilon bidentatum are usually used. According to the International Code of Nomenclature, its basionym was effectively and validly published on the printed labels of the Schimper exsiccata Iter Abyssinicum II n. 1003 and the type must be chosen accordingly.

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2020-11-18
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Abutilon, Hochstetter, nomenclature
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Verloove, F., & Galasso, G. (2020). A note on the author citation and type of <em>Sida bidentata</em> (<em>Abutilon bidentatum</em&gt;; Malvaceae). Natural History Sciences, 7(2). https://doi.org/10.4081/nhs.2020.483