Acalypha paniculata Miquel (1859: 406),

Muñoz-Rodríguez, Pablo, Cardiel, José María & Atha, Daniel, 2014, Acalypha subgenus Linostachys (Euphorbiaceae, Acalyphoideae): a global review, Phytotaxa 166 (3), pp. 199-221: 211

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scientific name

Acalypha paniculata Miquel (1859: 406)
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21. Acalypha paniculata Miquel (1859: 406)  . Type: ― INDONESIA. East Java: Java, in Bandong , without date, H  .

Zollinger 2991 ( holotype U 1842!, isotype A)  .

= Acalypha wallichii Thwaites (1861: 271)  . ≡ Ricinocarpus villosus (Jacquin) Kuntze var. racemosus Heyne ex Kuntze (1891: 616)  . Lectotype (designated by Sagun et al. 2010: 27): ― SRI LANKA. Province unknown: up to an elevation of 3000 feet, without date, N. Wallich 7784 C (K!) [see comments in Sagun et al. (2010: 27, 30)].

= Acalypha paniculata Miq. f. depauperata Müller Argoviensis (1865: 8)  . Type: ― INDIA. Tamil Nadu: In Neilgherries, without date, G. Thomson s.n. (holotype G-DC, isotypes K [2 sheets]!).

Acalypha racemosa Heyne  in Wallich (1847: 7784 A, B, C), nom. nud.

Acalypha filiformis Heyne  in Hooker (1887: 415), nom. nud. [sub A. paniculata  ].

Distribution:— Africa. Northeast Tropical Africa: Chad, Ethiopia and Sudan; West-Central Tropical Africa: Cameroon, Congo, Central African Republic, Ecuadorian Guinea and São Tomé and Príncipe; East Tropical Africa: Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania; South Tropical Africa: Angola, Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe.

Asia. Arabian Peninsula: Saudi Arabia and Yemen; Indian Subcontinent: India, Maldives and Sri Lanka; Malesia: Indonesia and East Timor.

Voucher:— TANZANIA. Arusha: Arumeru District , 1260–1270 m, 03º20’31"S, 36º52’15"E, 23 September 2008, C. JGoogleMaps  . Kayombo et al. 5655 ( MO)  .

References:— Baillon (1858: 443 [ Acalypha racemosa  ]), Müller Argoviensis (1865: 8; 1866: 802), Hooker (1887: 415), Oliver (1887: 349), Kuntze (1891: 616), Schweinfurth (1894: 355), Theil (1895: 239), Pax (1898: 105), Trimen & Hooker (1898: 57), Boerlage (1900: 286), Hiern (1900: 976), Durand & Durand (1909: 493), Hutchinson (1912: 886), Mildbraed (1914: 457), Pax & Hoffmann (1924: 14), Guinea (1946: 312), Staner (1938: 135), Backer & Bakhuizen van den Brink (1963: 489), Adam (1971:450), Lebrun & Stork (1991: 204, 2006: 22), Wood (1997: 190), Govaerts et al. (2000: 84), Mapaura (2004: 40), Friis & Vollesen (2005: 598), Hawthorne & Jongkind (2006: 246), Klopper et al. (2006: 275), Strugnell (2006: 84), Rani & Balakrishnan (2007: 96), Aedo et al. (2009: 206), Sagun et al. (2010: 27), Hyde et al. (2011; 2013).

Notes:— This is the only Linostachys species  reported in Asia. Several floras and checklists cited it as A. racemosa  , although that name is a nomen nudum.

H

University of Helsinki

A

Harvard University - Arnold Arboretum

C

University of Copenhagen

J

University of the Witwatersrand

MO

Missouri Botanical Garden

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Magnoliopsida

Order

Malpighiales

Family

Euphorbiaceae

Genus

Acalypha

Loc

Acalypha paniculata Miquel (1859: 406)

Muñoz-Rodríguez, Pablo, Cardiel, José María & Atha, Daniel 2014
2014
Loc

Acalypha filiformis

Hooker, J. D. 1887: 415
1887
Loc

Acalypha paniculata Miq. f. depauperata Müller Argoviensis (1865: 8)

Muller Argoviensis, J. 1865: )
1865
Loc

Acalypha wallichii

Sagun, V. G. & Levin, G. A. & van Welzen, P. C. 2010: 27
Sagun, V. G. & Levin, G. A. & van Welzen, P. C. 2010: 27
Kuntze, O. 1891: )
Thwaites, G. H. K. 1861: )
1861
Loc

Acalypha racemosa

Wallich, N. 1847: 7784
1847