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Quercus stenophylloides is a medium-sized evergreen oak (15–18 m tall) restricted to central and northern Taiwan.

Nomenclatural Notes: Mexican Oaks

PDF file will be available to IOS members in May 2021

Allen J. Coombes and Susana Valencia Avalos

Published May 2020 in International Oaks No. 31

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

Berry, R. 2014. Hackfalls Arboretum Catalogue of Plant Collection.

Bonpland, A.J.A. 1809. Voyage de Humboldt et Bonpland. In: Humboldt, A. von, Bonpland, A., Poiteau, A., Schoell, F. & Turpin, P.J.F. (Eds.) Plantes Équinoxiales. Schoell, Paris, 191.

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

Emory, W.H. 1859. Report on the United States and Mexican boundary survey: made under the direction of the secretary of the Interior. Nicolson Printer. Washington, USA.

Engelmann, G. 1876. Oaks of the United States. Transactions of the Academy of Science of St. Louis 3: 384.

Hackfalls Arboretum Website. http://hackfalls.org.nz/catalogue/index.php

McVaugh, R. 1974. Flora Novo-Galiciana, a descriptive account of the vascular plants of western Mexico. Volume 1 Fagaceae. The University of Michigan Press. Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Trelease, W. 1924. The American Oaks. Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences 20: 1-255.

 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.