Steinmann, Victor W.
December 2002
Acta Botanica Mexicana;2002, Issue 61, p59
Academic Journal
A new combination, Euphorbia trialata (Huft) V.W. Steinm., is made to accommodate Chamaesyce trialata Huft within Euphorbia. In addition, Adelia virgata Brandegee, a later homonym of Adelia virgata Poir. (= Flueggea tinctoria (L.) G.L. Webster), is given the new name Adelia brandegeei V.W. Steinm.


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