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TYPIFICATION OF SRI LANKAN GESNERIACEAE

  • S. Ranasinghe (a1) (a2) (a3), D. J. Middleton (a4), H. J. Atkins (a1), R. Milne (a2) and M. Möller (a1)...

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Towards a comprehensive revision of Gesneriaceae in Sri Lanka, 12 names are here typified, of which 11 are lectotypifications, including one second-step lectotypification, and the other is a neotypification.

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TYPIFICATION OF SRI LANKAN GESNERIACEAE

  • S. Ranasinghe (a1) (a2) (a3), D. J. Middleton (a4), H. J. Atkins (a1), R. Milne (a2) and M. Möller (a1)...

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