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Berberis × ottawensis is the hybrid of B. vulgaris (common barberry) and B. thunbergii (Japanese barberry). In the wild, this interspecific taxon appears to have been largely overlooked. Here, we report that this hybrid is relatively widespread in Connecticut and Massachusetts. Furthermore, we...
We used the geographic distribution of genetic diversity in the beach pea, Lathyrus japonicus (Leguminosae) to reconstruct the location of a Pleistocene refugium and Holocene range expansion. DNA sequence data for the chloroplast ndhF-trnH spacer from a global sample of 22 populations in Asia,...
We examined the distribution of Drosera filiformis (thread-leaved sundew) in one of only five bogs in southern Nova Scotia where it is known to occur in Canada, to verify anecdotal observations that the plant grows most abundantly in water-filled ruts created by all-terrain vehicles (ATVs). The...
Past typifications of the 27 generic names allied to Salix (Salicaceae) published by Rafinesque in 1817 and 1838 are reconsidered in light of the current rules of nomenclature. A lectotype is proposed here for Diplima . Some generic names previously designated as lectotypes are here corrected to...
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