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17 November 1997 Typification of several names of the Cerastium alpinum group (Caryophyllaceae)
Monica Boşcaiu, Karol Marhold, Friedrich Ehrendorfer
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Abstract

The names Cerastium eriophorum, C. villosum, C. lanatum, C. alpinum subsp. babiogorense and C. transsylvanicum are typified. C. eriophorum (= C. villosum) is the correct name for the diploid populations of the C. alpinum group from the Balkan mountains, Carpathians and Eastern Alps. C. lanatum is only applicable to densely hairy forms of the tetraploid C. alpinum s. str., and C. alpinum subsp. babiogorense is synonymous to this latter name. C. transsylvanicum is the correct name for the hexaploid taxon of the C. alpinum group, endemic to the Carpathians.

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Monica Boşcaiu, Karol Marhold, and Friedrich Ehrendorfer "Typification of several names of the Cerastium alpinum group (Caryophyllaceae)," Willdenowia 27(1/2), 39-45, (17 November 1997). https://doi.org/10.3372/wi.27.2703
Published: 17 November 1997
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