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A taxonomic revision of the Antennaria rosea (Asteraceae: Inuleae: Gnaphaliinae) polyploid complex

  • Randall J. Bayer
Article

Abstract

TheAntennaria rosea species complex is circumscribed to contain four subspecific taxa. A complete synonymy and key to the subspecies ofA. rosea is presented. The following new combinations are proposed:Antennaria rosea subsp.arida (E. Nels.) R. Bayer,A. rosea subsp. confinis (Greene) R. Bayer, andA. rosea subsp. pulvinata (Greene) R. Bayer. The affinities ofA. rosea to other species ofAntennaria are discussed and a key to separateA. rosea from related polyploid complexes is provided.

Keywords

BRITISH COLUMBIA Representative Specimen Cauline Leaf Sexual Species Nomen Nudum 
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© the New York Botanical Garden 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • Randall J. Bayer
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  1. 1.Department of BotanyUniversity of AlbertaEdmontonCanada

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