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DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.11646/phytotaxa.292.2.4

Typification of names in the genus Camellia (Theaceae)

DONGWEI ZHAO, JOHN A. N. PARNELL, TREVOR R. HODKINSON

Abstract


Nomenclatural types for 18 names actually belonging to the genus Camellia are designated here. The following names are lectotypified: Camellia caudata, C. indochinensis, Dankia langbianensis, Thea bachmaensis, T. brachystemon, T. confusa, T. connata, T. corallina, T. fleuryi, T. gaudichaudii, T. gilbertii, T. krempfii, T. laotica, T. nematodea, T. nervosa, T. pleurocarpa, T. taliensis and T. tonkinensis.


Keywords


Indochina, nomenclature, taxonomy, General

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