Acalypha acrogyna Pax (1909: 323),

Muñoz-Rodríguez, Pablo, Cardiel, José María & Atha, Daniel, 2014, Acalypha subgenus Linostachys (Euphorbiaceae, Acalyphoideae): a global review, Phytotaxa 166 (3), pp. 199-221: 205-206

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

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5138437

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scientific name

Acalypha acrogyna Pax (1909: 323)
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1. Acalypha acrogyna Pax (1909: 323)  . Lectoype (designated here): — UGANDA. Bundibugyo District: Zentralafrikanische Zone der westafrikanischen Waldprovinz , Fort Beni am Semliki , Unterholz im Urwalde bei Kwa Muera , January 1908, G.W.J. Mildbraed 2341 ( K 431043!; isolectotype K 431042!). Syntypes: — UGANDA. Bundibugyo District: Zentralafrikanische Zone der westafrikanischen Waldprovinz , Fort Beni am Semliki , Unterholz im Urwalde bei Kwa Muera , January 1908, G.W.J. Mildbraed 2334 (B [destroyed], HBG 516684View Materials image!); Bundibugyo District: am Ruwenzori, date unknown, G.W.J. Mildbraed 2455 (B [destroyed]).

Distribution:— Africa. Northeast Tropical Africa: Ethiopia * and Sudan *; West Central Tropical Africa: Congo and Democratic Republic of Congo *; East Tropical Africa: Tanzania and Uganda; South Tropical Africa: Mozambique *, Zambia * and Zimbabwe *.

Voucher:— UGANDA. E. Mengo  U4: Busiro County, Bdanda near Kawanda, 1200 m, 0º26’N, 32º30’E, 14 March 1995GoogleMaps  , W. P. K. Rwaburindore 3382  (MA, MO).

References:— Hutchinson (1912: 897), Mildbraed (1914: 458, 677), Pax & Hoffmann (1924: 93), Staner (1938: 140), Guinea (1946: 312), White (1962: 192), Radcliffe-Smith (1987: 195; 1996), Lebrun & Stork (1991: 204, 2006: 17), Friis & Vollesen (1998: 154; 2005: 609), Govaerts et al. (2000: 46), Calane da Silva et al. (2004: 54), Mapaura (2004: 40), Phiri (2005: 47), Klopper et al. (2006: 274), Hyde et al. (2011, 2013).

Note:— The collections of Mildbraed deposited in the Berlin herbarium were destroyed ( Hiepko 1987), although a set of many of them are preserved in HBG and K. We designate as lectotype one of the collections found in the K herbarium.

E

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

W

Naturhistorisches Museum Wien

P

Museum National d' Histoire Naturelle, Paris (MNHN) - Vascular Plants

K

Royal Botanic Gardens