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Folia Geobotanica et Phytotaxonomica

, Volume 7, Issue 4, pp 381–406 | Cite as

A taxonomic survey of the generaPetasites andEndocellion

  • Jan Toman
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Abstract

The paper summarizes all accepted species and subspecies of the generaPetasites andEndocellion, together with important synonyms, type quotations, main diacritical characters, and an outline of their distribution. The new taxa described in this study are as follows: subgen.Capillopetalum, sect.Cricostigma, sect.Schistostigma, sect.Trichostigma, sect.Sceptrostigma, further ser.Japonici, ser.Orientales, ser.Fragrantes, ser.Spurii, ser.Imberbes, ser.Sagittati, and subspeciesPetasites frigidus subsp.sibiricus. New combinations:Petasites radiatus (J. F. Gmel.),P. rubellus (J. F. Gmel.)P. hybridus subsp.georgicus (Manden.),P. nivalis subsp.vitifolius (L. E. Greene),P. nivalis subsp.hyperboreus (Rydb.),P. palmatus subsp.speciosus (Nutt.),Endocellion sibiricum (J. F. Gmel.) andE. glaciale (Ledeb.).

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Type Specimen Corollar Tube Pistillate Flower Folia GEOBOTANICA Hermaphrodite Flower 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jan Toman
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  1. 1.Institute of Organic Chemistry and BiochemistryCzechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Experimental Garden in Průhonice near PrahaPrahaCzechslovak

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