A revision of the Aiphanes parvifolia complex (Arecaceae)

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  • Rodrigo Bernal, Reserva Nat Guadualito
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  • Finn Borchsenius
  • Saul E. Hoyos-Gomez, Univ Antioquia, Universidad de Antioquia, Inst Biol, Grp Lot Ecol ELICE RESTORES
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  • Hector Favio Manrique, Jardin Bot Quindio
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  • Maria Jose Sanin, Univ CES, Fac Ciencias & Biotecnol

Recent field work and the study of new collections have revealed that the Andean palm Aiphanes parvifolia, as interpreted in the most recent monograph of the genus, actually included five species. Three of them, Aiphanes decipiens, Aiphanes gloria and Aiphanes tatama, whose specimens were previously considered as A. parvifolia, are described here as new, and another one, also formerly treated as A. parvifolia, was recently described as Aiphanes argos. Two additional species, not collected before, belong also to this complex and are described here as new: Aiphanes bio and Aiphanes cogollo. The true Aiphanes parvifolia is recircumscribed, and the current neotype is superseded. A taxonomic treatment of all the species in the group is presented, including detailed descriptions and illustrations, and a key to identify them. Six of the species are categorized as Critically Endangered and one as Endangered, based on IUCN criteria.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftPhytotaxa
Vol/bind411
Nummer4
Sider (fra-til)275-292
Antal sider18
ISSN1179-3155
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StatusUdgivet - jul. 2019

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