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Inter national Organization for Succulent Plant Study para el Estudio de Plantas Suculentas de Recherche sur les Plantes Succulentes Inter nationale Organisation A short history of Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum
The first issue of Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum (RPS) was produced in 1951 byMichael Roan (1909−2003), one of the founder members of the International Organizationfor Succulent Plant Study (IOS) in 1950. It listed the ‘majority of the new names [ofsucculent plants] published the previous year'. The first issue, edited by Roan himself withthe help of A.J.A Uitewaal (1899−1963), was published for IOS by the National Cactus &Succulent Society, and the next four (with Gordon Rowley as Associate and later JointEditor) by Roan's newly formed British Section of the IOS. For issues 5−12, GordonRowley became the sole editor. Issue 6 was published by IOS with assistance by theAcclimatisation Garden Pinya de Rosa, Costa Brava, Spain, owned by Fernando Riviere deCaralt, another founder member of IOS.
In 1957, an arrangement for closer cooperation with the International Association of PlantTaxonomy (IAPT) was reached, and RPS issues 7−22 were published in their RegnumVe getabile series with the financial support of the International Union of BiologicalSciences (IUBS), of which IOS remains a member to this day. Issues 23−25 were publishedby Abbey Garden Press of Pasadena, California, USA, after which IOS finally resumed fullresponsibility as publisher with issue 26 (for 1975).
Gordon Rowley retired as editor after the publication of issue 32 (for 1981) along with LenE. Newton, who had assisted him with issues 13 onwards. Starting with issue 33, RPS wascompiled and edited by Urs Eggli and Nigel Taylor, who enhanced it by adding data onnomenclatural types and enlarging the ‘Bibliographia' section, first introduced in issue 20(for 1969). After issue 45 (for 1994), Nigel Taylor handed over as co-editor to his wifeDaniela Zappi, who assisted with issues 46-59. Reto Nyffeler joined the editorial team forissue 55 onwards.
Starting in 1986, a nomenclatural and bibliographical database was created to compile theindividual issues and over the years all earlier issues were added to this database, making itpossible to produce the ‘IOS Index of Names of Cactaceae published 1950−1990'. This waspublished by the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew in 1991, and followed by an equivalent listfor the ‘other succulents' in 1994.
After 60 issues conventionally printed, Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum has beenmade available in digital form in pdf format (‘portable document format') from issue 61onwards, as an ‘open access' publication, accessible over the internet.
Index nominum novarum plantarum succulentarum anno MMXIeditorum nec non bibliographia taxonomica ab U. Eggli et R.
Nyffeler compositus.
International Organization for Succulent Plant Study Conventions used in Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum
— Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum attempts to list, under separate headings, newly published names of succulent plants and relevant literature on the systematicsof these plants, on an annual basis. New names noted after the issue for the relevantyear has gone to press are included in later issues. Specialist periodical literature isscanned in full (as available at the libraries at ZSS and Z or received by thecompilers). Also included is information supplied to the compilers direct. It isurgently requested that any reprints of papers not published in readily availablebotanical literature be sent to the compilers.
— Validly published names are given in bold face type (except for epithets of new
cultivars), accompanied, in the case of newly described taxa, by an indication of thenomenclatural type (name or specimen dependent on rank), followed by theherbarium acronyms of the herbaria where the holotype and possible isotypes are saidto be deposited (first acronym for holotype), according to the Index Herbariorumdatabase. Invalid, illegitimate, or incorrect names are given in italic type face. Ineither case a full bibliographic reference is given. For new combinations, thebasionym is listed. For invalid, illegitimate or incorrect names, the articles of theICBN or ICNCP which have been contravened are indicated in brackets.
— The compilers would like to point out that they do not accept any names that might be inadvertently validated in this volume of RPS.
— Bibliographic details of papers dealing only with the names of one or few new taxa are usually not repeated in the bibliographic section.
— Starting with RPS 61, abbreviations for periodicals are those suggested in Bibliogra- phia Periodicorum Huntianum Ed. 2 (BPH2), or are constructed according to BPH2guidelines for other periodicals. For some titles where BPH2 has incomplete data, theabbreviations suggested in ‘Bibliography of Succulent Plant Periodicals' (U. Eggli inFriciana 60: 1-139, 1998 (‘1995')) are used.
Compiled by:
U. Eggli, Sukkulenten-Sammlung Zürich, Mythenquai 88, CH-8002 Zürich, R. Nyffeler, Institut für Systematische Botanik der Universität Zürich, Zollikerstrasse 107, CH-8008 Zürich, Switzerland.
Av ailable from (incl. back issues):
IOS, c/o The Manse, Chapel Lane, Milborne Port, DT9 5DL, U.K.
2012: International Organization for Succulent Plant Study, c/o The Manse, Chapel Lane,Milborne Port, DT9 5DL, U.K.
2012 (data compilation): Sukkulenten-Sammlung Zürich, Zürich, Switzerland.
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This is the second issue of RPS published in digital form and under a Creative Commons3.0 licence. This change from paper to digital was generally well-received by the reader-ship, especially in view of the fact that printed copies could still be obtained from the IOSSecretary. The free availability of the journal under the Creative Commons licence hascertainly greatly helped towards wider circulation, and it is interesting to see that websitessuch as www.scribd.com also offer the publication.
There is no doubt that digital publications will become more and more important in the nearfuture. Already today, there are several journals on cactus and succulent plant issuesavailable exclusively in digital form, and this number will certainly grow. In addition, the2011 International Botanical Congress has accepted a proposal to allow digital-onlypublication of nomenclatural novelties, with a starting date of 1. January 2012. This is avery important change, and it remains to be seen to what extent publication habits as tonumber and quality of publications will change as far as botanical nomenclature goes, andto what extent this change will influence the compilation of indexing publications such asRPS.
Words of thanks are, as usual, due to all those authors that have supplied us with copies oftheir papers. Especially for papers published in less well-known journals, and in less well-known digital-only publications, this help is vital and is greatly appreciated.
For help with nomenclatural questions, we again thank Katherine Challis and hercolleagues at the IPNI team at Kew. As in previous years, Rainer Mailänder, Zürich, verykindly helped with literature from several more "general" biological journals.
Finally, a word of thanks is due to all those organizations and societies that help to makethis digital version of RPS more widely accessible, especially the Sociedad Latinoameri-cana y del Caribe de Cactáceas y otras Suculentas. In addition, RPS is now also availablefrom the site www.cactuspro.com/biblio/en:rps, which is devoted exclusively to succulentplant literature. Thanks to the efforts of Daniel Schweich and colleagues, numerousimportant books on the subject have been digitized in recent years and are freely availablefrom this site.
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Corrections to previous volumes
— In RPS 60, the combination Weingartia tiraquensis ssp. mariana was incorrectly listed under the epithet "mariae", and the same erroneous epithet was also given forthe basionym Sulcorebutia mariae. ‘mariana' is, however, the perfectly correctadjectival form.
— The bracket author of ×Disophyllum charltonii was incorrectly given as "G. D.
Rowley" on the base of the original publication, but the basionym was published byMasters, and the bracket author should be amended accordingly.
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 NOMINA NOVA
AGAV ACEAE
Drosanthemum boerhavii (Ecklon) H. E. K.
Agave parviflora ssp. densiflora G. D. Starr &
Hartmann, Bradleya 29: 165, fig. 56-60 (p.
Devender, Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 170), 2011. Basionym: Mesembryanthemum 83(5): 225, ills. (p. 228), 2011.
Reina G. & Devender 98-1892 (ARIZ, Drosanthemum uniondalense H. E. K. Hart-
DES, MEXU, MO, USON).
mann, Bradleya 29: 175-177, figs. 63-66 (p.
Agave pintilla S. González & al., Acta Bot.
Mex. 95: 81-83, ills., 2011. Typus: Reséndiz & al. 131 (CIIDIR, ENCB, MEXU).
Esterhuysenia grahambeckii van Jaarsveld,
Agave salmiana ssp. tehuacanensis (Karwinski
Bradleya 29: 47, 50, ills. (pp. 44-47), 2011.
ex Salm-Dyck) García-Mendoza, Fl. Valle Typus: van Jaarsveld & van der Spuy 23555 de Tehuacán-Cuicatlán, 88, Agavac., 55, 2011. Basionym: Agave tehuacanensis.
Octopoma nanum (L. Bolus) Klak, Bothalia
Agave turneri R. H. Webb & J. M. Salazar-Ce-
41(2): 293, 2011. Basionym: Ruschia nana.
seña, Brittonia 63(2): 204-206, ills., 2011.
Trianthema clavata (J. M. Black) H. E. K.
Typus: Salazar-Ceseña 3740 (MEXU).
Hartmann & Liede, Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144(2): Manfreda huetamensis Castillejos-Cruz, Sist.
195, 2011. Basionym: Trianthema crystal- Gen. Manfreda [thesis], 2009. Nom. inval. lina var. clavata.
(Art. 29.1).
Trianthema corallicola H. E. K. Hartmann &
Manfreda justosierrana García-Mendoza, Re-
Liede, Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144(2): 195-197, ills., vista Mex. Biodivers. 82: 748-749, ills., 2011. Typus: Friis & al. 5029 (C, B, K).
2011. Typus: García-Mendoza & al. 6739 Trianthema corymbosa (E. Meyer ex Sonder)
(MEXU [in 2 parts]).
H. E. K. Hartmann & Liede, Pl. Ecol. Evol.
Manfreda umbrophila García-Mendoza, Re-
144(2): 197, 2011. Basionym: Trianthema vista Mex. Biodivers. 82: 750-751, ills., crystallina var. corymbosa.
2011. Typus: García-Mendoza & al. 8524 Trianthema mozambiquensis H. E. K. Hart-
(MEXU, ENCB, IEB, K, MO, OAX, mann & Liede, Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144(2): 202- 203, fig. 11 (p. 201), 2011. Typus: Marques Manfreda verhoekiae García-Mendoza, Revis-
ta Mex. Biodivers. 82: 754-755, ills., 2011.
Trianthema pakistanensis H. E. K. Hartmann
Typus: García-Mendoza & Mérida 2551 & Liede, Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144(2): 203, fig. 3 (p. 184), 2011.
Polianthes zapopanensis E. Solano & Ríos-
Gómez, Brittonia 63(1): 70-72, ills., 2011.
Trianthema ufoensis H. E. K. Hartmann & Lie-
Typus: Castillejos C. & Solano C. 1564 de, Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144(2): 210, fig. 5D-F (p.
(MEXU, CHAPA, ENCB, FEZA, IBUG, 186), 2011. Typus: Short & Dunlop 4932 IEB, NY, UAMIZ).
Trianthema vleiensis H. E. K. Hartmann &
Liede, Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144(2): 211, fig. 9 (p.
198), 2011.
Antimima paripetala (L. Bolus) Klak, Bothalia
41(2): 293, 2011. Basionym: Mesembryan-themum paripetalum.
Conophytum buysianum ssp. politum A. J.
Young & C. Rodgerson, Bradleya 29: 100, Av onia harveyi J. van Thiel & Lavranos, Cac-
figs. 12-14 (p. 101), 2011. Typus: Young & tusWorld 29(4): 224-225, ills. (pp 223-225), C. Rodgerson s.n. in Harrower s.n. (NBG, 2011. Typus: Lavranos & Harvey 32027(FT).
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 the protologue of H. apoensis var. sagittariaKloppenburg & al. 2010.] Brachystelma pullaiahi Ravi Prasad Rao & al.,
Hoya bandongii Kloppenburg & Ferreras, Fra-
Taiwania 56(3): 223-224, ills., 2011. Typus: terna 24(4): 9-14, ills., 2011.
Rao & Prasad 34664 (BSID, CAL, SKU).
Ferreras 770 (PUH 14596).
Caralluma bicolor Ramachandran & al., Nor-
Hoya benitotanii Kloppenburg, Gard. Bull.
dic J. Bot. 29: 447-448, ills., 2011. Typus: Singapore 61(2): 330-332, ills., 2010. Ty- Joseph 1501 (CAL, MH).
pus: Bicknell s.n. in Kloppenburg 2010-6 Caralluma moorei Aditya, Asklepios 110: 7-9,
(UC) [Ex cult. T. Green.]. [Omitted previ- ills., 2011. Typus: Aditya 30-095M (K).
Caralluma sarkariae var. longipedicellata
Hoya devogelii Rodda & Simonsson, Webbia
Aditya, Asklepios 110: 20-24, ills., 2011.
66(1): 34-36, ills., 2011. Typus: De Vogel Typus: Aditya 50-126M (K).
9398 (L, SAR?).
Ceropegia anjanerica Malpure & al., Curr. Sci.
Hoya ignorata T. B. Tran & al., Novon 21(4):
91(9): 1141, ills., 2006. Typus: Malpure 1 509-511, ills., 2011.
Typus: Bien 1072 (CAL, BLAT, BSI, K, Herb. Shivaji Univ.
Kolhapur). [Omitted previously.] Hoya ilagii Kloppenburg & al., Asia Life Sci.
Ceropegia bhatii S. R. Yadav & Shendage,
20(2): 263-269, ills., 2011. [According to Kew Bull. 65(1): 107-109, ills., 2010. Ty- Kloppenburg, Fraterna 24(2): 4, 2011, the pus: Shendage 2550 (CAL, BSI, Herb.
name honours the Ilag family, and thus Shivaji Univ. Kolhapur). [Omitted previ- should be corrected to ‘ilagiorum'. Paper not available to evaluate validity of the name Ceropegia mohanramii S. R. Yadav & al.,
and typification.] Rheedea 16(1): 33-36, ills., 2006. Typus: Hoya isabelaensis Kloppenburg & al., Fraterna
Sardesai 2541 (CAL, BLATT, BSI, K, 24(4): 24-28, ills., 2011. Typus: Ferreras SUK). [Omitted previously.] 783 (PUH, CAHUP, PNH).
Ceropegia oculata var. satpudensis Punekar &
Hoya jianfenglingensis S.-Y. He & P. T. Li,
al., Curr. Sci. 91(9): 1143, ills., 2006. Ty- Novon 21(3): 343-345, ills., 2011. Typus: pus: Ja gtap 2919 (CAL, BSI). [Omitted He & al. 0607281 (CANT, MO [photo]).
Hoya matavanuensis Kloppenburg, Asklepios
111: 11-12, ills., 2011.
Typus: Whistler Green, Fraterna 24(4): 16-20, ills., 2011.
Typus: UC. Nom. inval. (Art. 37.1, 37.2).
Hoya medinillifolia Rodda & Simonsson, Web-
Eriostemma grandiflora (Blume ex Decaisne) bia 66(2): 149-152, ills., 2011.
Kloppenburg & Gilding, Fraterna 24(2): 4, Mohar S.48205 (K, L, SAR).
2011. Nom. inval. (Art. 33.4), based on Ho- Hoya rotundiflora Rodda & Simonsson, Phyto-
ya grandiflora. taxa 27: 37-43, ills., 2011. Typus: Anony- Eriostemma pulgarensis Elmer ex Kloppenburg mus s.n. (K).
& Gilding, Fraterna 24(2): 4, 2001. Based Hoya santiagoi Kloppenburg & Siar ex Klop-
on Elmer 12985. Nom. inval. (Art. 37.7).
penburg, Fraterna 24(4): 29-31, ills., 2011.
[Name first used as combination for Hoya Typus: Santiago 36315 (PNH).
pulgarensis Elmer 1938 (nom. inval., Art.
Hoya sapaensis T. B. Tran & Rodda, Ann. Bot.
36.1) in l.c. 14(2): 4, 2001 (cf. RPS 52).] Fenn. 48: 511-513, ills., 2011.
Eriostemma zollingeriana (Miquel) Kloppen- Phuong & al. HNK239 (HN, K).
burg & Gilding, Fraterna 24(2): 4, 2011.
Hoya skinneriana Kloppenburg & Wayman,
Nom. inval. (Art. 33.4), based on Hoya zol- Fraterna 24(4): 5-8, ills., 2011. Typus: Skin- ner s.n. (UC) [Ex cult. Kloppenburg.].
Hoya amrita Kloppenburg & al., Asklepios
Hoya tannaensis T. Green & Kloppenburg, Fra-
110: 27-29, ills., 2011. Typus: Ferreras 750 terna 24(1): 4-7, ills., 2011. Typus: Slade s.n. in Kloppenburg 2011-2 (UC) [Ex cult.
Hoya apoensis Kloppenburg & Siar, Asklepios
110: 25-26, ills., 2011. Typus: Kloppenburgs.n. (CAHUP 71718). [Name first used in Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Hoya tauensis Kloppenburg, Asklepios 111:
Aloe ghibensis Sebsebe & Friis, Kew Bull.
13-14, ills., 2011. Typus: Whistler 1297 66(1): 113-114, fig. 2 (p. 115), 2011. Typus: Sebsebe & al. 6764 (ETH, K).
Hoya yapiana
Kloppenburg, Gard. Bull.
Aloe karasbergensis ssp. hunsbergensis van
Singapore 61(2): 327-328, ills. (pp. 328- Jaarsveld & Swanepoel, Aloe 48(3): 64-66, 329), 2010. Typus: Luan-Keng BN090122 ills., 2011. Typus: van Jaarsveld & Swane- (SING). [Sphalm. ‘yapianum'.] poel 21018 (WIND).
Aloe knersvlaktensis S. J. Marais, Aloe 47(4):
Schwartz) Mosti & Raffaelli, Asklepios 110: 96-97, ills. (pp. 96-99), 2011. Typus: Ma- 14, 2011. Basionym: Caralluma eremast- rais s.n. (NBG). [Volume for 2010, re- ceived at ZSS Feb. 2011.] Orbea wissmannii ssp. parviloba (Bruyns)
Aloe mottramiana J.-B. Castillon, Cactus-
Mosti & Raffaelli, Asklepios 110: 14, 2011.
World 29(4): 218-219, ills., 2011. Typus: Basionym: Orbea wissmannii var. parviloba.
Castillon 51 (TAN). [First used as provisio- ×Orbeotriche G. D. Rowley, Asklepios 109:
nal invalid (Art. 29.1, 36.1) name by J.-B. & 14, 2011. [Dated Dec. 2010, received at J.-P. Castillon, Aloe Madagascar, Addendum ZSS Jan. 2011.] [= Orbea × Tr omotriche.] No. 1: 12, ills., 2011.] Sarcostemma areysianum Bruyns, S. African
Aloe sharoniae N. R. Crouch & G. F. Smith,
J. Bot. 77: 802-803, ills., 2011. Typus: Bradleya 29: 116, figs. 1-5 (pp. 117-118), Bruyns 10287 (BOL, E).
2011. Typus: Harrison 980 (PRE). [Nom.
nov. pro Aloe cooperi
ssp. pulchra Glen &D. S. Hardy 1987.] Aloe spinitriaggregata J.-B. Castillon, Cact.-
Av ent. Int. 90: 2-5, ills., 2011.
Castillon 47 (TAN, P).
Aloe antoetrana J.-B. Castillon, CactusWorld
Aloe springatei-neumannii L. E. Newton,
29(1): 53-54, ills. (pp. 51-53), 2011. Typus: Bradleya 29: 58, figs. 1-2 (p. 59), 2011. Ty- Castillon 48 (TAN).
pus: Springate 99.008A (EA).
Aloe beankaensis J.-B. Castillon & J.-P.
Aloe tegetiformis L. E. Newton, Bradleya 29:
Castillon, Aloe Madagascar, Addendum No.
60, figs. 3-5 (p. 59), 2011. Typus: Powys 1, 13, ills., 2011. Nom. inval. (Art. 29.1, 36.1). [Name used as provisional name in Aloe tongaensis van Jaarsveld, Aloe 47(3): 71,
figure caption only.] ills. (pp. 64-65, 71), 2011.
Typus: van Aloe benishangulana Sebsebe & Tesfaye, Kew
Jaarsveld & Powrie 12202 (PRE). [Dated Bull. 66(1): 113, fig. 1 (p. 114), 2011. Ty- Dec. 2010, received at ZSS Feb. 2011.] pus: Hermann 157 (ETH, K [photo]).
Aloe wanalensis T. C. Cole & T. G. Forrest,
Aloe bernardii J.-P. Castillon, Cact.-Avent. Int.
Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 83(1): 34-37, 89: 25-27, ills., 2011. Typus: Castillon 49 ills., 2011.
Typus: Cole & Forrest 440 (TAN, P, TAN).
Aloe butiabana T. C. Cole & T. G. Forrest,
Aloe welmelensis Sebsebe & Nordal, Kew Bull.
Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 83(1): 28-33, 60(1): 117, 120, fig. 4 (p. 119), 2011. Ty- ills., 2011.
Typus: Cole & Forrest 420 pus: Sebsebe & al. 6655 (ETH, K).
Aloe weloensis Sebsebe, Kew Bull. 60(1): 117,
Aloe ×buzairiensis Lodé, Cact.-Avent. Int. 92:
fig. 3 (p. 118), 2011. Typus: Sebsebe & al. 19, ills., 2011. Typus: Lodé 1230512 (Herb.
Fundación Joel Lodé). [= Aloe perryi × A. Gasteria croucheri ssp. pondoensis N. R.
squarrosa. First published invalidly (Art.
Crouch & al., Bothalia 41(1): 183-184, ill., 36.1, 40.1) l.c. 85: 3-4, ills., 2010.] 2011. Typus: Crouch & Styles 1149 (NH).
Aloe erythrophylla ssp. major J.-B. Castillon,
Haworthia groenewaldii Breuer, Alsterworthia
CactusWorld 29(1): 54-55, ills. (pp. 53-54)., Int. 11(2): 15-20, ills., (3): 4 [erratum], 2011. Typus: Castillon 50 (TAN).
2011. Typus: Groenewald 1 (NBG).
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Haworthia splendens var. hansii M. Hayashi,
Andinopuntia Guiggi, Cactology 2(Suppl.): 1,
Haworthia Study 24: 3, ills., 2011. Typus: 2011. Typus: Opuntia floccosa.
Hayashi 09-221 (TI). [Dated Dec. 2010, re- Andinopuntia floccosa (Salm-Dyck) Guiggi,
ceived at ZSS Feb. 2011.] Cactology 2(Suppl.): 1, 2011. Basionym: Haworthia splendens var. ingoi M. Hayashi,
Haworthia Study 24: 3, ills., 2011. Typus: Andinopuntia lagopus (K. Schumann) Guiggi,
Hayashi 03-245 (TI). [Dated Dec. 2010, re- Cactology 2(Suppl.): 1, 2011. Basionym: ceived at ZSS Feb. 2011.] Haworthia splendens var. masai M. Hayashi,
Astrophytum capricorne ssp. sanjuanense
Haworthia Study 24: 3, ills., 2011. Typus: Pavlícek, Kaktusy (Brno) 47(1): 5, ills. (pp.
Marx 447 (TI). [Dated Dec. 2010, received Typus: Pavlícek s.n. (PR at ZSS Feb. 2011.] Haworthia truterorum Breuer & Marx, Aloe
Aylostera albiareolata (F. Ritter) Mosti & Pa-
48(3): 54-57, ills., 2011. Typus: Marx 676 pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2777, 2011. Ba- (GRA). [Sphalm. ‘truteriorum'.] sionym: Rebutia albiareolata.
Aylostera albopectinata (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2777, 2011. Ba-sionym: Rebutia albopectinata.
Aylostera amblypetala (F. Ritter) Mosti & Pa-
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Ba- Gazania splendidissima Mucina & al., S. Afri-
sionym: Rebutia rosalbiflora var. ambly- can J. Bot. 77: 89-92, ills., 2011. Typus: Mucina & Santos Guerra 7237/4 (NBG, Aylostera applanata (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Basio- Senecio oribiensis van Jaarsveld, Aloe 48(4):
nym: Lobivia steinmannii var. applanata.
78-80, ills., 2011. Typus: van Jaarsveld Aylostera atrovirens (Backeberg) Mosti & Pa-
22763 (PRE).
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Ba-sionym: Lobivia atrovirens.
Aylostera aureiflora (Backeberg) Mosti & Pa-
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Ba- sionym: Rebutia aureiflora.
Aylostera brachyantha (Wessner) Mosti & Pa-
Begonia blancii M. Hughes & C.-I Peng, Bot.
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Ba- Studies (Nangang) 52: 204-205, ills., 2011.
sionym: Lobivia brachyantha.
Typus: Blanc & Rubite 09-201 (PNH, E, Aylostera brighignae (Mosti & Papini) Mosti
& Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011.
Basionym: Rebutia brighignae.
Aylostera brunneoradicata (F. Ritter) Mosti &
Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011.
Basionym: Rebutia brunneoradicata.
Aylostera brunnescens (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2777, 2011. Basi- Commiphora buruxa Swanepoel, S. African J.
Bot. 77: 609-610, ills., 2011. Typus: Swane- poel 282 (WIND, PRE).
Aylostera buiningiana (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2777, 2011. Basi-onym: Rebutia buiningiana.
Aylostera cajasensis (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2777, 2011. Basio-nym: Rebutia cajasensis.
Elhart, CactusWorld Aylostera camargoensis (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
29(2): 105-106, ill., 2011. Typus: Elhart pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Ba- s.n. (MEXU).
sionym: Rebutia camargoensis. [Name first Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 used inadvertently by Rausch, Lobivia 85, Aylostera froehlichiana (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
129, 1987 (nom. inval., Art. 34.1), errone- pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Ba- ously applied in an incorrect basionym sionym: Rebutia froehlichiana.
citation for a combination under Lobivia.] Aylostera fulviseta (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Aylostera canacruzensis (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basio- pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Ba- nym: Rebutia fulviseta.
sionym: Rebutia canacruzensis.
Aylostera fusca (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
Aylostera carmeniana (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basionym: ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Basi- onym: Rebutia carmeniana.
Aylostera gavazzii (Mosti) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
Aylostera christinae (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basionym: Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Basio- nym: Rebutia christinae.
Aylostera gonjianii (R. Kiesling) Mosti & Pa-
Aylostera cincinnata (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Ba- Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basio- sionym: Rebutia gonjianii.
nym: Rebutia cincinnata.
Aylostera haagei (Fric & Schelle) Mosti & Pa-
Aylostera cintiensis (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Ba- Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2777, 2011. Basio- sionym: Rebutia haagei.
nym: Rebutia cintiensis.
Aylostera haagei ssp. elegantula (Rausch)
Aylostera colorea (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basio- 2781, 2011. Basionym: Lobivia haagei var.
nym: Rebutia colorea.
Aylostera crassa (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
Aylostera haagei ssp. mudanensis (Rausch)
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basionym: Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): Lobivia haagei var. crassa.
2781, 2011. Basionym: Rebutia mudanen- Aylostera diersiana (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basio- Aylostera haefneriana (Cullmann) Mosti & Pa-
nym: Rebutia diersiana.
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Ba- Aylostera diersiana ssp. atrovirens (Rausch)
sionym: Mediolobivia haefneriana.
Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): Aylostera heliosa (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
2781, 2011. Basionym: Rebutia diersiana kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basionym: Aylostera donaldiana (A. B. Lau & G. D.
Aylostera heliosa ssp. cajasensis (Donald)
Rowley) Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot.
Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basionym: Rebutia do- 2778, 2011. Basionym: Rebutia heliosa var.
Aylostera einsteinii (Fric ex Kreuzinger & Bui-
Aylostera heliosa ssp. condorensis (Donald)
ning) Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basionym: Rebutia einsteinii.
2778, 2011. Basionym: Rebutia heliosa var.
Aylostera eos (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pakis-
tan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basionym: Aylostera hoffmannii (Diers & Rausch) Mosti
Rebutia eos.
& Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011.
Aylostera fischeriana (Slaba) Mosti & Papini,
Basionym: Rebutia hoffmannii.
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Basio- Aylostera huasiensis (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
nym: Rebutia fischeriana.
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basio- Aylostera flavistyla (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
nym: Rebutia huasiensis. [Name first used Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basio- inadvertently by Rausch, Lobivia 85, 13, nym: Rebutia flavistyla.
1987 (nom. inval., Art. 34.1), erroneously in Aylostera friedrichiana (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
the incorrect basionym citation for the com- pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2781, 2011. Ba- bination under Lobivia.] sionym: Rebutia friedrichiana.
Aylostera iridescens (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
43(6): 2782, 2011. Basionym: Rebutia iri-descens.
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Aylostera iscayachensis (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Ba- Aylostera oculata (Werdermann) Mosti & Papi-
sionym: Rebutia iscayachensis.
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basi- Aylostera jujuyana (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
onym: Rebutia oculata.
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basio- Aylostera oculata ssp. tilcarensis (Rausch)
nym: Rebutia jujuyana.
Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): Aylostera kieslingii (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
2782, 2011. Basionym: Lobivia euanthema Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basio- nym: Rebutia kieslingii.
Aylostera odehnalii (Halda & al.) Mosti & Pa-
Aylostera knizei (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Ba- kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basionym: sionym: Rebutia odehnalii.
Lobivia pygmaea var. knizei.
Aylostera orurensis (Backeberg) Mosti & Papi-
Aylostera leucacantha (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basi- ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basi- onym: Lobivia orurensis.
onym: Lobivia steinmannii var. leucacantha.
Aylostera pallida (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
Aylostera leucanthema (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basionym: pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Ba- sionym: Rebutia leucanthema.
Aylostera parvula (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Aylostera major (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basio- kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basionym: nym: Lobivia steinmannii var. parvula.
Lobivia steinmannii var. major.
Aylostera patericalyx (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papi-
Aylostera mamillosa (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basi- Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basio- onym: Rebutia patericalyx.
nym: Rebutia mamillosa.
Aylostera pauciareolata (F. Ritter) Mosti & Pa-
Aylostera marieae (L. Fischer & Halda) Mosti
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Ba- & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011.
sionym: Rebutia pauciareolata.
Basionym: Rebutia marieae.
Aylostera pelzliana (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Aylostera melanocentra (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basio- pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Ba- nym: Lobivia haagei var. pelzliana.
sionym: Lobivia steinmannii var. melano- Aylostera perplexa (Donald) Mosti & Papini,
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basio- Aylostera minor (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
nym: Rebutia perplexa.
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basionym: Aylostera polypetala (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Rebutia diersiana var. minor.
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basio- Aylostera mixticolor (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papi-
nym: Lobivia pygmaea var. polypetala.
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basi- Aylostera pseudoritteri (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
onym: Rebutia mixticolor.
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Ba- Aylostera nazarenoensis (Rausch) Mosti & Pa-
sionym: Lobivia atrovirens var. pseudo- pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Ba- sionym: Digitorebutia nazarenoensis.
Aylostera pulchella (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Aylostera nigricans (Wessner) Mosti & Papini,
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basio- Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2782, 2011. Basio- nym: Rebutia pulchella.
nym: Lobivia nigricans.
Aylostera pygmaea (R. E. Fries) Mosti & Papi-
Aylostera nigricans ssp. albispina (Rausch)
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basi- Mosti & Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): onym: Echinopsis pygmaea.
2782, 2011. Basionym: Lobivia nigricans Aylostera raffaellii (Mosti & Papini) Mosti &
Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011.
Aylostera nitida (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
Basionym: Rebutia raffaellii.
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Basionym: Aylostera raulii (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Paki-
stan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basionym: Aylostera nogalesensis (F. Ritter) Mosti & Pa-
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2778, 2011. Ba-sionym: Rebutia nogalesensis.
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Aylostera ritteri (Wessner) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
Aylostera vulpina (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basionym: Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basio- nym: Rebutia vulpina.
Aylostera robustispina (F. Ritter) Mosti & Pa-
Aylostera wahliana (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
pini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Ba- Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Basio- sionym: Rebutia robustispina.
nym: Rebutia wahliana.
Aylostera rovidana (Mosti & Papini) Mosti &
Aylostera walteri (Diers) Mosti & Papini, Paki-
Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011.
stan J. Bot. 43(6): 2780, 2011. Basionym: Basionym: Rebutia rovidana.
Aylostera schatzliana (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
Aylostera yuncharasensis (Rausch) Mosti &
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basi- Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2784, 2011.
onym: Rebutia schatzliana.
Basionym: Lobivia atrovirens var. yunchara- Aylostera simoniana (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basio- Aylostera yuquinensis (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
nym: Rebutia simoniana.
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2784, 2011. Basi- Aylostera sumayana (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
onym: Rebutia yuquinensis.
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basio- Aylostera zecheri (Rausch) Mosti & Papini, Pa-
nym: Rebutia sumayana.
kistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2784, 2011. Basionym: Aylostera supthutiana (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
Rebutia zecheri. [Name first inadvertently ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basi- used by Rausch in Lobivia 85, 13, 1987 onym: Rebutia supthutiana.
(nom. inval., Art. 34.1), erroneously used in Aylostera tafnaensis (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
the incorrect basionym citation for the com- Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basio- bination under Lobivia.] nym: Lobivia pygmaea var. tafnaensis.
Banfiopuntia Guiggi, Cactology 2(Suppl.): 1,
Aylostera tamboensis (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papi-
2011. Typus: Opuntia verschaffeltii.
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basi- Banfiopuntia verschaffeltii (J. F. Cels ex F. A.
onym: Rebutia tamboensis.
C. Weber) Guiggi, Cactology 2(Suppl.): 1, Aylostera tarijensis (Rausch) Mosti & Papini,
2011. Basionym: Opuntia verschaffeltii.
Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basio- Brasilicereus estevesii (Hofacker & P. J. Braun)
nym: Rebutia tarijensis.
N. P. Taylor & M. Machado, Cactaceae Syst.
Aylostera tarvitaensis (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papi-
Init. 25: 7, 2011.
Basionym: Bragaia ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011. Basi- onym: Rebutia tarvitaensis.
×Cleistaageocereus Mordhorst, Kakt. and.
Aylostera torquata (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
Sukk. 62(9): 228, 2011. [= Cleistocactus × Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2783, 2011. Basio- nym: Rebutia torquata.
Copiapoa griseoviolacea Keim & I. Schaub,
Aylostera tropaeolipicta (F. Ritter) Mosti &
Cactus & Co. 14(4): 8-15, ills., 2011. Ty- Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2784, 2011.
pus: Schaub & Keim s.n. (SGO). [Volume Basionym: Rebutia tropaeolipicta.
for 2010, received at ZSS March 2011.] Aylostera tuberculata (Rausch) Mosti & Papi-
Corynopuntia bulbispina ssp. basileocephala
ni, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2784, 2011. Basi- D. Donati, Piante Grasse 30(1): 17, ills. (pp.
onym: Lobivia steinmannii var. tuberculata.
13-14, 16, 18), 2011. Typus: Hinton & al. Aylostera vallegrandensis (Cárdenas) Mosti &
29069 (Herb. Hinton, MEXU).
Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2779, 2011.
Coryphantha ottonis ssp. boehmei B. Hofmann Basionym: Rebutia vallegrandensis.
& H. Otto, Mitteilungsbl. Arbeitskreises Aylostera violaceostaminata (Rausch) Mosti &
Mammillarienfr. 35(2): 125, ills. (pp. 124, Papini, Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2784, 2011.
126-127), 2011. Based on Anonymus s.n. in Basionym: Lobivia pygmaea var. violaceo- UA T 22253. Nom. inval. (Art. 37.2).
Cumulopuntia iturbicola G. Charles, Cacta-
Aylostera violascens (F. Ritter) Mosti & Papini,
ceae Syst. Init. 25: 12, ill. (p. 11), 2011. Ty- Pakistan J. Bot. 43(6): 2784, 2011. Basio- pus: Charles & al. 180.09 (K).
nym: Rebutia violascens.
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Cumulopuntia subterranea ssp. pulcherrima
×Graeserara Mordhorst, Kakt. and. Sukk.
(Halda & Horácek) G. Charles, Cactaceae 62(9): 228, 2011. [= Cleistocactus × Echi- Syst. Init. 25: 16, ill. (p. 14), 2011. Basio- nopsis × Haageocereus.] nym: Tephrocactus pulcherrimus.
×Echinaageocereus Mordhorst, Kakt. and.
Demaio, Amer. J. Bot. 98(11): 1849, 2011.
Sukk. 62(9): 228, 2011. [= Echinopsis × Typus: Echinocactus monvillei Lemaire.
Gymnocalycium affine Repka, Cact. Succ. J.
Echinocereus parkeri ssp. rayonesensis (N. P.
(Los Angeles) 82(6): 260-262, ills., 2011.
Taylor) D. Felix & W. Blum, Echinocereus Typus: Repka 445 (CORD). [Dated Dec.
parkeri-Gruppe, 99, 2011. Basionym: Echi- 2010, received at ZSS Febr. 2011.] Gymnocalycium andreae ssp. pabloi Neuhu-
Echinocereus reichenbachii ssp. albertii (L.
ber, Gymnocalycium 24(2): 985-988, ills., D. Benson) Pilbeam, Echinocereus, 117, ill., 2011. Basionym: Echinocereus reichenba- chii var. albertii.
Gymnocalycium esperanzae Repka & Kulhá-
Echinopsis serpentina M. Lowry & J. M. Men-
nek, Schütziana 2(3): 4-6, ills. (pp. 7-19), doza, CactusWorld 29(2): 95-99, ills., 2011.
Typus: Mendoza 3369 (USZ, K, LPB).
[Despite the statement in the impressum of Epithelantha cryptica D. Donati & Zanovello,
the journal that the publication is only Epithelantha 2011, 55, ills. (pp. 52-57), available in digital form over the internet, 2011. Typus: Hinton & al. 29258 (Herb. G.
paper printouts have been distributed to vari- B. Hinton, MEXU).
ous botanical libraries, which make the pub- Eriosyce napina ssp. llanensis I. Schaub &
lication valid under ICBN 29.1.] Keim, Cactus & Co. 15(1): 36, 38, ills. (pp.
Gymnocalycium oenanthemum var. tillianum
34-42), 2011. Typus: Schaub & Keim s.n. in (Rausch) Slaba, Kaktusy (Brno) 47(2): 44, SGO 160015 (SGO).
2011. Basionym: Gymnocalycium tillianum.
Eriosyce napina ssp. pajonalensis I. Schaub &
Maihueniopsis glochidiata G. Charles, Cacta-
Keim, Cactus & Co. 15(1): 47-49, ills. (pp.
ceae Syst. Init. 25: 20, ill. (p. 18), 2011. Ty- 44-51), 2011. Typus: Schaub & Keim s.n. in pus: Charles & al. 407A (K).
SGO 159376 (SGO).
Maihueniopsis hickenii (Britton & Rose) D. R.
Eriosyce spectabilis A. E. Hoffmann & H. E.
Hunt, Cactaceae Syst. Init. 25: 21, ill. (p.
Walter ex Kattermann & al., Cact. Succ. J.
19), 2011. Basionym: Opuntia hickenii.
(Los Angeles) 83(5): 198-201, ills., 2011.
Maihueniopsis platyacantha (Pfeiffer) D. R.
Typus: Acosta 704 (CONC). [First pub- Hunt, Cactaceae Syst. Init. 25: 24, ills. (pp.
lished as provisional name (nom. inval., Art.
19, 28), 2011. Basionym: Opuntia platy- 36.1, 37.1) by A. E. Hoffmann & H. E.
Walter, Cact. Fl. Chile, ed. 2, 236-237, ills.
Maihueniopsis reicheana (Espinosa) Katter- (t. 85), 2005 (‘2004') (cf. RPS 56).] mann, Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 83(4): Eulychnia chorosensis P. Klaassen, Cact. Succ.
155, figs. 26-27 (p. 157), 2011. Nom. inval. J. (Los Angeles) 83(4): 172, ills. (pp. 173- (Art. 33.4), based on Opuntia reicheana. 175), 2011. Typus: Ritter 650 loc. 1 (U Mammillaria cielensis Martínez-Ávalos & al.,
160433B, SGO [status ?], ZSS [seeds only, Acta Bot. Mex. 97: 84-86, ills., 2011. Ty- status ?]). [Nom. nov. pro Eulychnia acida pus: Martínez-Ávalos 890 (UAT , ANSM, var. procumbens F. Ritter 1980.] Eulychnia taltalensis (F. Ritter) Hoxey, Cact.
Parodia catamarcensis var. mesembrina (F. H.
Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 83(4): 169, ills. (pp.
Brandt) Käsinger, Mitteilungsbl. Inter-Paro- 170-172), 2011. Basionym: Eulychnia bre- dia-Kette 27: 18, ills., 2011. Basionym: Pa- viflora var. taltalensis.
Frailea atrobella Diers & al., Kakt. and. Sukk.
Parodia lenninghausii (F. Haage) F. H. Brandt
62(6): 155-159, ills., 2011. Typus: Krahn ex Eggli & Hofacker, Novon 20(1): 31, 1116 (LPB, WU).
2010. Basionym: Pilocereus lenninghausii.
[First published invalidly (Art. 33.7(d) by F.
H. Brandt, Kakt. Orch.-Rundschau 7(4): 61, Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 1982. Name given with incorrect basionym and bracket author in RPS 61.] Sulcorebutia insperata R. Müller, Kakt. and.
Peruviopuntia Guiggi, Cactology 2(Suppl.): 1-
Sukk. 62(7): 185-186, ills. (pp. 183-189), 2, 2011. Typus: Opuntia pachypus.
2011. Typus: Müller 812 (HAL, LPB).
Peruviopuntia pachypus (K. Schumann) Guig-
[Name first used as provisional name (nom. gi, Cactology 2(Suppl.): 2, 2011. Basionym: inval., Art. 36.1, 37.1; cf. RPS 61) in Echi- nopseen 7(1): 26-27, ills., 2010.] Pilosocereus frewenii Zappi & N. P. Taylor,
Sulcorebutia lamprochlora J. de Vries, Succu-
Bradleya 29: 132, figs. 3-11 (pp. 133-135), lenta (Netherlands) 90(1): 12, 15-19, ills., 2011. Typus: Zappi & Taylor 2208 (SPF, 2011. Typus: de Vries & van Zomeren 658 Pilosocereus panchesiorum Xhonneux, Cact.-
Sulcorebutia sormae Hertus & al., Kaktusy
Av ent. Int. 92: 13-17, ills., 2011. Typus: (Brno) 47(1): 31-33, ills., 2011.
Xhonneux 2840 (COL).
Horácek 1663 (PRC).
Punotia D. R. Hunt, Cactaceae Syst. Init. 25:
Sulcorebutia tiraquensis var. huanacuniensis
26, 2011. Typus: Opuntia lagopus K. Schu- Gertel, Kakt. and. Sukk. 62(11): 284-285, ills., 2011.
Typus: Gertel 183/8 (LPB, Punotia lagopus (K. Schumann) D. R. Hunt,
Cactaceae Syst. Init. 25: 26, 2011. Basio- Tacinga subcylindrica (M. Machado & N. P.
nym: Opuntia lagopus.
Taylor) M. Machado & N. P. Taylor, Bradle- Rebutia albidula Slaba & al., Kaktusy (Brno)
ya 29: 23, 2011. Basionym: Tacinga in- 47(3): 76-79, ills., 2011. Typus: Slaba 12d- amoena ssp. subcylindrica.
Tephrocactus recurvatus (Gilmer & Thomas)
Rhipsalis hileiabaiana (N. P. Taylor & Barth-
D. R. Hunt & Ritz, Cactaceae Syst. Init. 25: lott) N. Korotkova & Barthlott, Amer. J. Bot.
27, ill. (p. 29), 2011. Basionym: Cumul- 98(9): 1565, 2011.
baccifera ssp. hileiabaiana.
Tephrocactus verschaffeltii (J. F. Cels ex F. A.
Salmiopuntia salmiana (J. Parmentier ex Pfeif-
C. Weber) D. R. Hunt & Ritz, Cactaceae fer) Fric ex Guiggi, Cactology 2(1): 2, 2011.
Syst. Init. 25: 27, 2011. Basionym: Opuntia Basionym: Opuntia salmiana. [First pub- lished by Fric in Kreuzinger, Verzeichn.
Thelocactus lophothele ssp. freudenbergeri
amerik. Kakt. and. Sukk., 41, 1935, when (R. Haas) Matuszweski, Thelocactus Syst.
the generic name was not yet validly pub- Wystep. Uprawa, 184, ill., 2011. Basionym: Thelocactus rinconensis var. freudenbergeri.
×Schickara Mordhorst, Kakt. and. Sukk. 62(9): Thelocactus lophothele ssp. hintonii (J. Lüthy)
228, 2011. Nom. inval. (Art. H4.1). [= Matuszweski, Thelocactus Syst. Wystep.
×Cleistoechinocana Licznerski 2009 = Uprawa, 177, ill., 2011. Basionym: Thelo- Cleistocactus × Echinopsis × Matucana.] cactus rinconensis ssp. hintonii.
Calvente & Zappi, Thelocactus lophothele ssp. nidulans (Quehl)
Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 58: 467, 2011. Ty- Matuszweski, Thelocactus Syst. Wystep.
pus: Campos-Porto s.n. (B [fragment]).
Uprawa, 180, ill., 2011. Basionym: Echino- [Nom. nov. pro Rhipsalis epiphylloides Campos-Porto & Werdermann 1935.] Schlumbergera lutea ssp. bradei (Campos-
(Pavlícek & Zatloukal) Matuszweski, Thelo- Porto & A. Castellanos) Calvente & Zappi, cactus Syst. Wystep. Uprawa, 188, ill., 2011.
Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 58: 467, 2011. Ba- Basionym: Thelocactus rinconensis ssp. pa- sionym: Hariota epiphylloides var. bradei.
Schlumbergera rosea (Lagerheim) Calvente &
Thelocactus lophothele ssp. rinconensis (Po-
Zappi, Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 58: 467, selger) Matuszweski, Thelocactus Syst.
2011. Basionym: Rhipsalis rosea.
Wystep. Uprawa, 170, ill., 2011. Basionym: Sulcorebutia atrospinosa J. de Vries, Succu-
lenta (Netherlands) 90(1): 11-17, ills., 2011.
Typus: de Vries & van Zomeren 657 (LPB, Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Thelocephala challensis (I. Schaub & Keim)
Faúndez & Saldivia, Gayana, Bot. 68(2):317, 2011. Basionym: Eriosyce napina ssp.
Adromischus ×fosteri J. M. H. Shaw, Cactus-
World 29(4): 204, ill., 2011. Typus: WSY.
Thelocephala lembckei (Kattermann) Faúndez
[= Adromischus humilis × A. phillipsiae. Ob- & Saldivia, Gayana, Bot. 68(2): 317, 2011.
tained in cultivation.] Basionym: Eriosyce napina var. lembckei.
Aeonium arboreum ssp. korneliuslemsii (H.
Y. Liu) Dobignard, in Dobignard & mann) Faúndez & Saldivia, Gayana, Bot.
Chatelain, Index Syn. Fl. Afrique N. 3: 354, 68(2): 317, 2011. Basionym: Eriosyce odie- 2011. Basionym: Aeonium korneliuslemsii.
ri var. monte-amargensis.
Crassula fragarioides van Jaarsveld & Helme,
Thelocephala riparia (Mächler & H. E. Walter)
Bradleya 29: 53-54, ills. (pp. 52, 55), 2011.
Faúndez & Saldivia, Gayana, Bot. 68(2): Typus: Helme 6109 (NBG, BOL).
317, 2011. Basionym: Eriosyce napina ssp.
Echeveria aurantiaca Reyes & al., Cact. Suc.
Mex. 56(3): 70-71, ills. (pp. 69, 72-74), Thelocephala weisseri (A. E. Hoffmann & H.
2011. Typus: Reyes 6012 (MEXU).
E. Walter) Faúndez & Saldivia, Gayana, Bot.
Echeveria gudeliana Véliz & García-Mendoza,
68(2): 317, 2011. Basionym: Eriosyce odie- Cact.-Avent. Int. 91: 2-5, ills., 2011. Typus: ri var. weisseri.
Véliz 22564 (BIGU, CAS, F, MEXU, MO).
Trichopuntia Guiggi, Cactology 2(Suppl.): 2,
Echeveria guerrerensis Reyes & al., Cact. Suc.
2011. Typus: Opuntia vestita Salm-Dyck.
Mex. 56(3): 78-79, ills. (pp. 76-77, 80-81), Trichopuntia shaferi (Britton & Rose) Guiggi,
2011. Typus: Salazar 7478 (MEXU).
Cactology 2(Suppl.): 2, 2011. Basionym: Echeveria novogaliciana Reyes & al., Cact.
Suc. Mex. 56(3): 89-91, ills. (pp. 84-85, 88- 89, 92), 2011. Typus: Reyes & al. 5184 (Backeberg) Guiggi, Cactology 2(Suppl.): 2, 2011. Basionym: Cylindropuntia humahua- Echeveria purhepecha I. García, Revista Mex.
Biodivers. 82(1): 63-64, ills. (pp. 66-67), (Salm-Dyck) Guiggi, 2011. Typus: García & Machuca 4491 Cactology 2(Suppl.): 2, 2011. Basionym: (IEB, CIMI, ENCB, MEXU, MICH).
Jo vibarba globifera var. lagariniana (Gallo)
Turbinicarpus graminispinus Matuszewski &
Hadrava & P. Horácek, Cactaceae etc. 21(2): al., Cactus & Co. 14(4): 21, ills. (pp. 14-31), 75, ills., 2011. Basionym: Jo vibarba globi- 2011. Typus: Hinton 29084 (Herb. G. B.
fera ssp. lagariniana. [Doubtfully valid as Hinton). [Volume for 2010, received at ZSS the basionym page reference is only given in the cited literature, but conforming to ICBN Turbinicarpus saueri ssp. nieblae (García-Mo-
Art. 33.4 Note 1. Concurrently also pub- rales & al.) A. Hofer, Terra Seca 2011(2): lished in SempPress 2011: 3-4, 2011.] 42, ill., 2011.
Rhodiola Sect. Crassipedes (Praeger) N. B.
Singh & U. C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B.
Weingartia gemmae ssp. naunacaensis (J. de
Singh & al., Crassulaceae India, 92, 2011.
Vries) Gertel, Echinopseen 8(2): 58, 2011.
Basionym: Sedum Ser. Crassipedes.
Basionym: Sulcorebutia naunacaensis.
Rhodiola feiyongii H. Ohba & al., J. Jap. Bot.
Weingartia gemmae var. elizabethae (J. de
86(2): 100-103, figs. 5-6, 2011. Typus: Wu Vries) Gertel, Echinopseen 8(2): 58, 2011.
& al. 5009 (KUN, TI).
Basionym: Sulcorebutia elizabethae.
Rhodiola fushuhsiae H. Ohba & al., J. Jap.
Weingartia gemmae var. naunacaensis (J. de
Bot. 86(2): 105-107, figs. 8-9, 2011. Typus: Vries) Gertel, Echinopseen 8(2): 58, 2011.
Wu & al. 1835 (KUN, TI).
Basionym: Sulcorebutia naunacaensis.
Rhodiola kunlunica H. Ohba & al., J. Jap. Bot.
Weingartia pucarensis Diers & Jucker, Kakt.
86(2): 96, figs. 1-2, 2011. Typus: Wu 1977 and. Sukk. 62(5): 129-131, ills., 2011. Ty- pus: Juck er 1201 (LPB, WU).
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Rhodiola saxicola H. Ohba & al., J. Jap. Bot.
leg. (Art. 53.1). [Non Sedum pedicellatum 86(2): 107-109, figs. 10-11, 2011. Typus: Boissier & Reuter 1842.] Wu & al. 2076 (KUN, TI).
Sedum plumbizincicola L.-H. Wu & al., Soils Sedum Sect. Bracteata (Fröderström) N. B.
38(5): 632-633, 2006. Nom. inval. (Art.
Singh & U. C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B.
36.1). [Omitted previously.] Singh & al., Crassulaceae India, 244, 2011.
Sedum salazarii Reyes & González Zorzano,
Basionym: Sedum group Bracteata.
Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 83(5): 237, ills.
Sedum Sect. Chamaetelephium (Fröderström) (pp. 236-239), 2011. Typus: Salazar & al. N. B. Singh & U. C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B.
7432 (MEXU).
Singh & al., Crassulaceae India, 247, 2011.
Sedum villosum ssp. pentandrum (Boreau) Alej- Nom. illeg. (Art. 52.1).
andre & al., Flora Montiber. 49: 83, 2011.
‘Chamae-telephium'. Illegitimate because Nom. inval. (Art. 33.4). [Given as new com- Sedum Sect. Populisedum A. Berger 1930 is bination for Sedum pentandrum Boreau included as synonym.] 1849 fide IPNI (accessed Aug. 2012), but Sedum Sect. Japonica (Maximowicz) N. B.
this name is already a combination.] Singh & U. C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B.
Sempervivum davisii ssp. furseorum (Muir-
Singh & al., Crassulaceae India, 254, 2011.
head) F. Karaer, Nordic J. Bot. 29(1): 51, Nom. inval. (Art. 33.4). [The name used as 2011. Basionym: Sempervivum furseorum.
basionym is itself a combination and this is Sempervivum globiferum ssp. glabrescens
here corrected, together with the bracket (Sabransky) M. Werner, Avonia 28(4): 130, author citation. The combination remains in- 2011. Basionym: Sempervivum hirtum fa.
valid under Art. 33, Ex. 20.] glabrescens. [Volume for 2010, published Sedum Sect. Perpusilla (Fröderström) N. B.
Singh & U. C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B.
Sempervivum globiferum ssp. preissianum
Singh & al., Crassulaceae India, 220-221, (Domin) M. Werner, Avonia 28(4): 191, 2011. Basionym: Sedum subgroup Perpusil- 2011. Basionym: Sempervivum preissia- [Volume for 2010, published Feb.
Sedum Sect. Roborowskia (Fröderström) N. B.
Singh & U. C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B.
Sempervivum globiferum var. hillebrandtii
Singh & al., Crassulaceae India, 236, 2011.
(Schott) M. Werner, Avonia 28(4): 130, Basionym: Sedum subgroup Roborowskia.
2011. Basionym: Sempervivum hillebrand- Sedum Subgen. Kyphocarpia N. B. Singh & U.
tii. [Volume for 2010, published Feb. 2011.] C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B. Singh & al., Sempervivum montanum fa. grande P. Horácek, Crassulaceae India, 241-242, 2011. Nom. il- SempPress 2011: 7, ills., 2011. Nom. inval. leg. (Art. 52.1). [Based on Sedum Sect. As- (Art. 36.1, 37.1). [Sphalm. ‘grandum'.] iatica Genuina Kyphocarpia Fröderström Tylecodon opelii van Jaarsveld & S. A. Ham-
1931, but illegitimate since Sedum Subgen.
mer, Cact. Succ. J. (Los Angeles) 83(4): Aizoon is cited in the synonymy.] 140-143, ills., 2011. Typus: van Jaarsveld Sedum Subgen. Orthocarpia N. B. Singh & U.
22751 (NBG).
C. Bhattacharyya, in N. B. Singh & al., Tylecodon paniculatus ssp. glaucus van Jaars-
Crassulaceae India, 208, 2011. Nom. illeg. veld, Aloe 48(4): 93-95, ills., 2011. Typus: (Art. 52.1). [Based on Sedum Sect. Asiatica van Jaarsveld & Swanepoel Genuina Orthocarpia Fröderström 1931, but illegitimate since Sedum Subgen. Oreades Vauanthes Sect. Dinacria (Harvey) V. V. Byalt,
and Sedum Subgen. Sedum are cited in the Novosti Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 42: 171, 2011.
Sedum beauverdii ssp. vietnamense (V. V. By-
Vauanthes depressa (Ecklon & Zeyher) V. V.
alt) J. M. H. Shaw, Plantsman, n.s., 10(4): Byalt, Novosti Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 42: 170, 237, 2011. Basionym: Sedum vietnamense.
2011. Basionym: Grammanthes depressa.
Sedum pedicellatum N. B. Singh & U. C. Bhat- Vauanthes filiformis (Ecklon & Zeyher) V. V.
tacharyya, in N. B. Singh & al., Crassula- Byalt, Novosti Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 42: 171, ceae India, 230-231, t. 43 (p. 233), 2011.
2011. Basionym: Grammanthes filiformis.
Based on Pant & Naithani 39603. Nom. il- Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Vauanthes grammanthoides (Schönland) V. V.
Byalt, Novosti Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 42: 171,2011. Basionym: Dinacria grammanthoi- Schnabel, Euphorbia World 7(1): 25-26, ills.
Vauanthes sebaeoides Byalt & Fedor, Novosti
(pp. 20, 23-24, 26), 2011. Typus: Schnabel Sist. Vyssh. Rast. 40: 330, 2008. Basionym: Grammanthes sebaeoides. [Omitted previ-ously, cited from Byalt, Novosti Sisst.
Vyssh. Rast. 42: 171, 2011.] Pelargonium elandsmontanum E. M. Marais
ex J. C. Manning & Goldblatt, S. African J.
Bot. 77(1): 242, ills., 2011. Typus: Manning Ampelosicyos bosseri (Keraudren) H. Schaefer
3210 (NBG, MO).
& S. S. Renner, Taxon 60(1): 133, 2011.
Basionym: Odosicyos bosseri.
Cucumis Sect. Cucumella (Chiovenda) H.
Schaefer, Blumea 52: 170, 2007. Basionym: Cucumella. [Omitted previously.] Cucumis Subgen. Humifructus H. Schaefer,
Primulina carnosifolia (C. Y. Wu & H. W. Li)
Blumea 52: 167, 2007. Typus: Cucumis Y. Z. Wang, J. Syst. Evol. 49(1): 60-61, humifructus Stent. Nom. nov. pro Cucumis 2011. Basionym: Chirita carnosifolia.
Ser. Humifructosi J. H. Kirkbride 1993.
Primulina dryas (Dunn) Mich. Möller & A.
Omitted previously.
Weber, Taxon 60(3): 782, 2011. Basionym: Cucumis bryoniifolius (Merxmüller) Ghebre-
tinsae & Thulin, Novon 17(2): 177 [20.
Primulina maguanensis (Z. Yu Li & al.) Mich.
June], 2007.
Möller & A. Weber, Taxon 60(3): 783, 2011.
bryoniifolius. [Combination repeated by H.
Basionym: Chirita maguanensis.
Schaefer, Blumea 52(1): 170 [4. July 2007].
Primulina sinensis (Lindley) Y. Z. Wang, J.
Omitted previously.] Syst. Evol. 49(1): 62, 2011. Nom. illeg. Momordiceae H. Schaefer & S. S. Renner, Ta-
(Art. 53.1), based on Chirita sinensis. [Non xon 60(1): 130, 2011. Typus: Momordica Primulina sinensis Hooker fil. 1890.] Thladiantheae H. Schaefer & S. S. Renner, Ta-
xon 60(1): 130, 2011. Typus: ThladianthaBunge.
Xerosicyos hirtellus (Humbert) H. Schaefer & S.
S. Renner, Taxon 60(1): 135, 2011. Nom. Albuca gariepensis J. C. Manning & Goldblatt,
inval., based on Zygosicyos hirtellus, nom. Bothalia 41(2): 315-317, ills., 2011. Typus: inval. (Art. 34.1b).
Manning 3294 (NBG, MO, PRE).
Xerosicyos tripartitus (Humbert) H. Schaefer
Albuca lebaensis (van Jaarsveld) J. C. Manning
& S. S. Renner, Taxon 60(1): 135, 2011.
& Goldblatt, Bothalia 41(2): 297, 2011. Ba- Basionym: Zygosicyos tripartitus.
sionym: Ornithogalum lebaense.
Eliokarmos geniculatus (Obermeyer) Martí-
nez-Azorín & al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s.
107: 29, 2011. Basionym: Ornithogalum Eliokarmos naviculus (F. W. Barker ex Ober-
Eriospermum strachaniae van Jaarsveld, Aloe
meyer) Martínez-Azorín & al., Ann. Bot.
48(3): 52-53, ills., 2011. Typus: van Jaars- (Oxford), n.s. 107: 29, 2011. Basionym: Or- veld & al. 21045 (WIND).
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Eliokarmos neomaculatus Martínez-Azorín &
al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: 29, 2011.
[Nom. nov. pro Ornithogalum maculatum Peperomia ayacuchoana Pino & Samain, Pl.
Jacquin 1791 (non Eliokarmos maculatus Ecol. Evol. 144: 155-156, ills., 2011. Typus: Rafinesque 1837).] Samain & al. 2009-040 (USM, BR, GENT).
Nicipe capillifolia (Fourcade) Martínez-Azorín
Peperomia cerrateae Pino & G. Mathieu, Pl.
& al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: 31, Ecol. Evol. 144: 156-157, ills., 2011. Typus: 2011. Basionym: Ornithogalum capillifo- Cerrate & al. 4436 (USM).
Peperomia gigantea G. Mathieu, Pl. Ecol.
Nicipe comptonii (F. M. Leighton) Martínez-
Evol. 144: 158-159, ills., 2011. Typus: Ma- Azorín & al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: thieu & Symmank 2009-158 (USM, BR, 31, 2011. Basionym: Ornithogalum comp- Peperomia jalcaensis Pino, Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144:
Nicipe filifolia (Thunberg) Martínez-Azorín &
159-160, ills., 2011.
Typus: Pino 663 al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: 31, 2011.
Basionym: Anthericum filifolium.
Peperomia klopfensteinii Pino & Cieza, Pl.
Nicipe juncifolia (Jacquin) Martínez-Azorín &
Ecol. Evol. 144: 160-161, ills., 2011. Typus: al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: 32, 2011.
Klopfenstein RRP-343 (USM).
Basionym: Ornithogalum juncifolium.
Peperomia lilliputiana (Pino & Cieza) Pino, Pl.
Nicipe petraea (Fourcade) Martínez-Azorín &
Ecol. Evol. 144: 162, 2011. Basionym: Pe- al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: 32, 2011.
peromia macrorhiza var. lilliputiana.
Basionym: Ornithogalum petraeum.
Peperomia ocrosensis G. Mathieu & Pino, Pl.
Nicipe sardienii (van Jaarsveld) Martínez-Azo-
Ecol. Evol. 144: 162-163, ills., 2011. Typus: rín & al., Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: 32, Mathieu & al. 2009-042 (USM, BR, GEN, 2011. Basionym: Ornithogalum sardienii.
Nicipe tortuosa (Baker) Martínez-Azorín & al.,
Peperomia parvisagittata G. Mathieu & Pino,
Ann. Bot. (Oxford), n.s. 107: 32, 2011. Ba- Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144: 162-164, ills., 2011. Ty- sionym: Ornithogalum tortuosum.
pus: Mathieu & Symmank 2009-020 (USM,BR, GENT).
Peperomia pseudoperuviana (Pino) Pino, Pl.
Ecol. Evol. 144: 165, 2011. Basionym: Pe- peromia andina var. pseudoperuviana.
Peperomia pseudoverruculosa G. Mathieu, Pl.
Calandrinia flava Obbens, Nuytsia 21(1): 2-4,
Ecol. Evol. 144: 165-166, ills., 2011. Typus: ills., 2011.
Typus: Obbens & Newman Samain & al. 2009-052 (USM, BR, GENT).
56/08 (PERTH, CANB).
Peperomia pugnicaudex Pino, Pl. Ecol. Evol.
144: 167-168, ills., 2011. Typus: Pino 792 21(1): 9-12, ills., 2011. Typus: Obbens & Bromilow 16/04 (PERTH).
Peperomia purpureonervosa G. Mathieu, Pl.
Calandrinia sculpta Obbens & J. G. West,
Ecol. Evol. 144: 168-169, ills., 2011. Typus: Nuytsia 21(1): 12-15, ills., 2011. Typus: Symmank & al. 2008-051 (BR, GENT, Obbens 64/03 (PERTH, CANB, MEL).
Peperomia querocochana G. Mathieu & Pino,
21(1): 6-8, ills., 2011. Typus: Obbens 24/03 Pl. Ecol. Evol. 144: 168-170, ills., 2011. Ty- (PERTH, CANB, MEL).
Mathieu & Symmank Calandrinia vernicosa Obbens, Nuytsia 21(1):
(USM, BR, GENT, MO).
15-18, ills., 2011. Typus: Obbens & al. Peperomia radiatinervosa G. Mathieu, Pl.
04/08 (PERTH [2 sheets], CANB).
Ecol. Evol. 144: 171-172, ills., 2011. Typus: Phemeranthus piedmontanus Ware, J. Bot.
Samain & al. 2008-090 (BR, G, GENT, K, Res. Inst. Texas 5(1): 2-3, ills., 2011. Ty- pus: Ludwig 5051 (UNC, NY, VDB, Peperomia umbrosa G. Mathieu, Pl. Ecol.
Evol. 144: 172-173, ills., 2011. Typus: Ma-thieu & al. 2009-122 (USM, BR, GENT).
Repertorium Plantarum Succulentarum 62 Peperomia wernerrauhii Pino & Samain, Pl.
Ecol. Evol. 144: 172-174, ills., 2011. Typus:Samain & al. 2009-214 (USM, BR, GENT).
Portulaca daninii Galasso & al., Atti Soc. Ital.
Sci. Nat. Mus. Civico Storia Nat. Milano152(2): 96, 2011. Typus: Klug 1214 (US).
[Nom. nov. pro Portulaca oleracea ssp. tu-berculata Danin & H. G. Baker 1979.] Dasylirion Sect. Glaucophyllum Hochstätter,
Piante Grasse 30(1): 28, 2011. Typus: Da-sylirion glaucophyllum Hooker.
Dasylirion occidentalis Bogler ex Hochstätter,
Piante Grasse 30(1): 28, ill. (p. 27), 2011.
Typus: Bogler 790 (TEX, MEXU).
(Bogler) Hochstätter, Piante Grasse 30(1): 28, ill. (p. 27), 2011.
Basionym: Cyphostemma mendesii F. Sousa, Phytotaxa 7:
36, 2010. Typus: Mendes 1145 (LISC).
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