Notes on systematics and taxonomy for the Italian vascular flora. 2.

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The present study forms part of the series of systematic and taxonomic contributions related to plant species of the Italian flora, and also other phanerogams, in light of recent biosystematic works of a molecular-genetic nature. Caloscordum and Nectaroscordum are separated from Allium s.l., Holandrea is included within Dichoropetalum, Ficaria is separated from Ranunculus and Althaea sect. Hirsutae is included within Malva. Confirmation is given for the inclusion of Lavatera within Malva, of Aegilops within Triticum and for the separation of Phelipanche from Orobanche. In addition some observations regarding the genera Cytisus, Hippophaë, Portulaca, Rhaponticum, Senecio and Torilis are presented. Finally new combinations and/or new names are proposed within the genera Caloscordum, Nectaroscordum, Dichoropetalum, Ficaria, Hippophaë, Malva, Portulaca and Rhaponticum.

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2011-09-01
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Italian vascular flora, systematics, taxonomy, nomenclature
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Banfi, E., Galasso, G., & Soldano, A. (2011). Notes on systematics and taxonomy for the Italian vascular flora. 2. Natural History Sciences, 152(2), 85-106. https://doi.org/10.4081/nhs.2011.85

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