Senecio pokohinuensis (Asteraceae), a new combination for an endemic species of Mokohinau Islands, Hauraki Gulf (Tikapa Moana o Hauraki), northern Te Ika a Maui / North Island, Aotearoa / New Zealand
de Lange, Peter; Pelser, P.B.; Liew, C-S.; Marshall, A.J.
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Citation:de Lange, P.J., Pelser, P.B., Liew, C-S., & Marshall, A.J. (2022). Senecio pokohinuensis (Asteraceae), a new combination for an endemic species of Mokohinau Islands, Hauraki Gulf (Tikapa Moana o Hauraki), northern Te Ika a Maui / North Island, Aotearoa / New Zealand. Ukrainian Botanical Journal, 79(3), 125-129. doi:10.15407/ ukrbotj79.125
Permanent link to Research Bank record:https://hdl.handle.net/10652/5812
Previous research has demonstrated that Senecio repangae subsp. repangae and subsp. pokohinuensis have independent evolutionary origins. Here, we therefore elevate subsp. pokohinuensis to species rank: Senecio pokohinuensis. Updated morphological descriptions for both species are also provided.
Keywords:Aotearoa, New Zealand, Senecio pokohinuensis (Asteraceae), new combination, taxonomy
ANZSRC Field of Research:310411 Plant and fungus systematics and taxonomy
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