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Phoenix canariensis H.Wildpret, nom. cons., scientific secondary reference apni
Rivera, D., Obon, C., Alcaraz, F., Egea, T., Carreno, E., Laguna, E., Santos, A. & Wildpret, W. (December 2013), (2238) Proposal to conserve Phoenix canariensis against P. cycadifolia (Arecaceae). Taxon 62(6): 1337-1338 [secondary reference]
  • Lectotype: "(designated here): [illustration in] Chabaud in Prov. Agric. Hort. Ill. 2: fig. 67. Oct. 1882..."
taxonomic synonym: Phoenix cycadifolia Regel nom. rej.
  • Text: "It is evident that Chabaud (1882) was publishing the description of Phoenix canariensis H. Wildpret as insert text (based on the note by H. Wildpret) and simultaneously in the main text was explicitly questioning the status as species of the new taxon. Accordingly (Art. 36.1(a) Ex.3, McNeill & al., 2012) Phoenix canariensis H. Wildpret was validly published in the paper by Chabaud even though Chabaud himself did not accept it as a new species."

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Phoenix canariensis H.Wildpret

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