Taxonomic Swap 89302 (Committed on 21-02-2021)

Added by tonyrebelo on 21 February, 2021 18:25 | Committed by tonyrebelo on 21 February, 2021
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What's happening here? Has Dicerothamnus somehow become accepted? Or is the name forced upon us by botanical mafia?
Recall this:

Posted by beetledude about 3 years ago

This revision of the genus Elytropappus confirms earlier views that there are three distinct groups represented in the genus.
This paper formalizes the three groups and describes two new genera, as well as two new species identified during the study. Dicerothamnus is described for D. rhinocerotis and D. adpressus, and Myrovernix for M. longifolius, M. intricata, M. gnaphaloides, M. scaber and M. glandulosus. In the original genus (including the type species, Elytropappus hispidus), two new species, Elytropappus aridus and E. monticola, are described. Morphological characters supporting this new classification are discussed and illustrated.

Posted by tonyrebelo about 3 years ago

I seem to have an extra name, but cannot find the synonym or parent.

Posted by tonyrebelo about 3 years ago

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