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(1165) Proposal to reject the name Lotus glaber Mill. (Leguminosae)

, : (1165) Proposal to reject the name Lotus glaber Mill. (Leguminosae). Taxon 44(3): 423-424

Despite recent recognition that Lotus glaber has priority over L. tenuis, it is argued that the latter be preserved on the grounds of familiarity and common usage.

Accession: 002549615

DOI: 10.2307/1223420

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