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Nomenclatural Notes: Mexican Oaks

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Allen J. Coombes and Susana Valencia Avalos

Published May 2020 in International Oaks No. 31: 15–20

Introduction

The findings presented in a recent publication (Valencia-A. and Coombes 2020) are summarized here. Several names of Mexican Quercus species were shown to be synonyms of other names or incorrectly applied.

References

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Cameron, R. 2017. Species Spotlight: Quercus hypoleucoides A. Camus. https://www.internationaloaksociety.org/content/species-spotlight-quercus-hypoleucoides-camus

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 Valencia-A., S. and A.J. Coombes. 2020. Nomenclatural revision and lectotypification of five species of Mexican oaks: Quercus (Fagaceae). Phytotaxa 428 (2): 81–92.