Mcneillia hungarica

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Mcneillia hungarica

Mcneillia hungarica (Jáv.) F.Conti & Del Guacchio in Plants 11(16): 2118 [11]. 2022 sec. De Luca & al. 20221
  • Minuartia graminifolia subsp. hungarica Jáv., Sched. Fl. Hung. Exsicc. 2: 22. 1914 syn. sec. De Luca & al. 20221
  • Minuartia graminifolia [infraspec.] hungarica (Jáv.) Graebn. in Ascherson & Graebner, Syn. Mitteleur. Fl. 5(1): 764. 1918 syn. sec. De Luca & al. 20221
  • Minuartia graminifolia var. hungarica (Jáv.) Mattf. in Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. Beih. 15: 134. 1922 syn. sec. De Luca & al. 20221
  • Mcneillia graminifolia subsp. hungarica (Jáv.) F.Conti & Bartolucci in Willdenowia 44: 289. 2014 syn. sec. De Luca & al. 20221
    • Lectotype (designated by Kováts, D. 2000: 262): [Romania] “Comit. Krassó-Szörény. In fissuris rupium perpendicularium montis Arzsána supra pag. Ekés (olim Plugova) et Mehádia. Solo calc. Alt. ca. 1450 m, 13.7. 1912, Jávorka (BP, isolectotypes G, CL)
  • 1. De Luca, D., Del Guacchio, E., Conti, F., Iamonico, D. & Caputo, P. 2022: Relationships within Mcneillia indicate a complex evolutionary history and reveal a new species of Minuartiella (Caryophyllaceae, Alsinoideae). – Plants 11(16): 2118. http://doi.org/10.3390/plants11162118, 2. Kováts, D. 2000: Plant types of Sándor Jávorka in the Hungarian Natural History Museum in Budapest III. – Annales Historico-Naturales Musei Nationalis Hungarici 92: 21–40

Notes

Even if lacking the words “designated here” or an equivalent, the lectotype designation by Kováts (2000) was effective, because proposed before 1 January 2001 (Turland et al. 2018: Art. 7.11), and therefore predates that by Conti (2003: 427).A

Distribution (General)

Endemic to Romania (Mt. Arjana)B

Bibliography

A. De Luca, D., Del Guacchio, E., Conti, F., Iamonico, D. & Caputo, P. 2022: Relationships within Mcneillia indicate a complex evolutionary history and reveal a new species of Minuartiella (Caryophyllaceae, Alsinoideae). – Plants 11(16): 2118. http://doi.org/10.3390/plants11162118
B. Conti, F. 2003: Minuartia graminifolia (Caryophyllaceae), a south-east European species. – Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 143(4): 419-432. http://doi.org/10.1111/j.1095-8339.2003.00232.x (as Minuartia graminifolia subsp. hungarica Jáv.)