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Oxalis bowiei W.T.Aiton ex G.Don, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Groom, Q.J. (2019), Typification of Oxalis bowiei W.T.Aiton ex G.Don (Oxalidaceae). Phytokeys 119: 28 [secondary reference]
  • Lectotype: "Lectotype, designated here: the illustration number 340 preserved at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew (K) (Alternative number: 452), painted by Thomas Duncanson, is designated as the lectotype of Oxalis bowiei W.T.Aiton ex G.Don (Fig. 4). This was from material collected by Bowie in Caffraria [Kaffraria], East of the Great Fish River and brought home by him in 1823."
  • Etymology: "Oxalis bowiei was collected by, and named after, James Bowie (circa 1789–2 July 1869) (Loddiges 1832). Bowie was employed by the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and was sent as a botanical collector to the Cape of Good Hope between 1817 and 1823 (Smith and van Wyk 1989)."

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Oxalis bowiei W.T.Aiton ex G.Don

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