Inula candida (L.) Cass.,

Jarvis, Charlie, 2007, Chapter 7: Linnaean Plant Names and their Types (part C), Order out of Chaos. Linnaean Plant Types and their Types, London: Linnaean Society of London in association with the Natural History Museum, pp. 370-473: 443

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https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.291971

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4380145

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scientific name

Inula candida (L.) Cass.
status

 

Conyza candida Linnaeus  , Species Plantarum 2: 862. 1753.

"Habitat in Creta." RCN: 6229.

Lectotype (Greuter in Willdenowia 33: 242. 2003): [icon] " Jacobaea Cretica  incana integro limonii fol. " in Barrelier, Pl. Galliam: 95, t. 217. 1714. - Epitype (Greuter in Willdenowia 33: 243. 2003): Greece. Crete, Gramvousa, Kissamos, in latere austro-orientali arcis veterae, 50-100m, 25 Jul 1973, Stamatiadou 17335 in Soc. Ech. Pl. Vasc. Eur. Occid. Bassin Médit. No. 7061 (G; iso- widely distributed).

Current name: Inula candida (L.) Cass.  ( Asteraceae  ).

Note: Lacaita (in Nuovo Giorn. Bot. Ital., n.s., 28: 127-132. 1921) provided a detailed discussion of most of the original elements (though he failed to trace the Clifford material), and the confusion resulting from Linnaeus’ later (1763) modification of his species concept. Greuter (in Boissiera 13: 140. 1967) designated a Tournefort polynomial (acceptable under the Code in force at that time) as lectotype, wrongly interpreted by Kit Tan & al. (in Taxon 52: 358. 2003) as a typification using Tournefort material in Paris. Greuter (2003) refuted this interpretation and formally designated a lectotype and epitype.

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Magnoliopsida

Order

Asterales

Family

Asteraceae

Genus

Inula

Loc

Inula candida (L.) Cass.

Jarvis, Charlie 2007
2007
Loc

Conyza candida

Linnaeus 1753: 862
1753