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Review of the Trifolium amabile Complex in Peru, with the Description of a New Species.

Molinari-Novoa EA - Scientifica (Cairo) (2016)

Bottom Line: A key for Peruvian species of the complex is presented, and typifications for them are made when necessary and material is available in Peruvian herbaria.Thus, the number of Peruvian species in the complex is elevated to three: T. amabile, T. absconditum, and a resurrected T. peruvianum.Finally, it is suggested that Chile must be excluded from the distribution of this complex.

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Affiliation: "Augusto Weberbauer" Herbarium, Academic Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, La Molina National Agrarian University, Lima, Peru.

ABSTRACT
Here, we describe Trifolium absconditum sp. nov., a new species of the T. amabile complex from South America. It differs from other Peruvian Trifolia of the complex by having smaller stipules, leaves, inflorescences, and floral pieces. A key for Peruvian species of the complex is presented, and typifications for them are made when necessary and material is available in Peruvian herbaria. Thus, the number of Peruvian species in the complex is elevated to three: T. amabile, T. absconditum, and a resurrected T. peruvianum. Finally, it is suggested that Chile must be excluded from the distribution of this complex.

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Molinari-Novoa 75: epitype of Trifolium peruvianum Vogel.
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fig1: Molinari-Novoa 75: epitype of Trifolium peruvianum Vogel.

Mentions: (II) Trifolium peruvianum Vogel (1843: 12) (Figures 1 and 2). Lectotype of T. peruvianum Vogel (here designated): PERU. Puno. Titicaca Lake. Elev.: 12 900 ft. July, 1831. Isosyntype of T. peruvianum. Meyen s. n. (F, photo!) Syntypes at B, destroyed.—Epitype of T. peruvianum Vogel (here designated): PERU. Lima. Huarochirí. In the main square of San Damián (−12.017384; −76.391834). Elev.: 3300 m. Sunday, May 4th, 2014. Molinari-Novoa 75 (MOL!) (Figure 1).=


Review of the Trifolium amabile Complex in Peru, with the Description of a New Species.

Molinari-Novoa EA - Scientifica (Cairo) (2016)

Molinari-Novoa 75: epitype of Trifolium peruvianum Vogel.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig1: Molinari-Novoa 75: epitype of Trifolium peruvianum Vogel.
Mentions: (II) Trifolium peruvianum Vogel (1843: 12) (Figures 1 and 2). Lectotype of T. peruvianum Vogel (here designated): PERU. Puno. Titicaca Lake. Elev.: 12 900 ft. July, 1831. Isosyntype of T. peruvianum. Meyen s. n. (F, photo!) Syntypes at B, destroyed.—Epitype of T. peruvianum Vogel (here designated): PERU. Lima. Huarochirí. In the main square of San Damián (−12.017384; −76.391834). Elev.: 3300 m. Sunday, May 4th, 2014. Molinari-Novoa 75 (MOL!) (Figure 1).=

Bottom Line: A key for Peruvian species of the complex is presented, and typifications for them are made when necessary and material is available in Peruvian herbaria.Thus, the number of Peruvian species in the complex is elevated to three: T. amabile, T. absconditum, and a resurrected T. peruvianum.Finally, it is suggested that Chile must be excluded from the distribution of this complex.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: "Augusto Weberbauer" Herbarium, Academic Department of Biology, Faculty of Sciences, La Molina National Agrarian University, Lima, Peru.

ABSTRACT
Here, we describe Trifolium absconditum sp. nov., a new species of the T. amabile complex from South America. It differs from other Peruvian Trifolia of the complex by having smaller stipules, leaves, inflorescences, and floral pieces. A key for Peruvian species of the complex is presented, and typifications for them are made when necessary and material is available in Peruvian herbaria. Thus, the number of Peruvian species in the complex is elevated to three: T. amabile, T. absconditum, and a resurrected T. peruvianum. Finally, it is suggested that Chile must be excluded from the distribution of this complex.

No MeSH data available.