Acalypha echinus Pax & Hoffmann (1924: 20),

Muñoz-Rodríguez, Pablo, Cardiel, José María & Atha, Daniel, 2014, Acalypha subgenus Linostachys (Euphorbiaceae, Acalyphoideae): a global review, Phytotaxa 166 (3), pp. 199-221: 207

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/phytotaxa.166.3.2

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5138444

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Acalypha echinus Pax & Hoffmann (1924: 20)
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6. Acalypha echinus Pax & Hoffmann (1924: 20)  . Neotype (designated here): ― TANZANIA. Tanga: Pangani, Tanga, Mseko (near Mwera) Utupa , 76 m, 20 December 1953, R. Tanner 2525 ( K 452448!). Original type: ― TANZANIA. Tanga: Ostafrikanische Steppenprovinz, Deutsch-Ostafrika, Pangani, date unknown, F.L. Stuhlmann 193 (holotype B [destroyed]).

Distribution:— Africa. East Tropical Africa: Kenya and Tanzania.

Voucher:— KENYA. Tana River District: Tana river National Primate Reserve , 30 m, 16 March 1990, Q  . Luke et al. TPR 465 ( EA, K, MO,  US).

References:— Radcliffe-Smith (1987: 197), Lebrun & Stork (1991: 204, 2006: 18), Govaerts et al. (2000: 61), Luke et al. (2005: 56), Klopper et al. (2006: 274), Maingi & Marsh (2006: 216).

Note:— Most of Stuhlmann’s collections were destroyed in the 1943 Berlin herbarium fire ( Hiepko 1987). We designated as neotype a well preserved collection, found in the K herbarium, from the same locality as that of the presumably destroyed original collection  .

Q

Universidad Central

EA

National Museums of Kenya - East African Herbarium

K

Royal Botanic Gardens

MO

Missouri Botanical Garden