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A synopsis of north american corispermum chenopodiaceae

A synopsis of north american corispermum chenopodiaceae

SIDA Contributions to Botany 7(4): 382-391

Corispermum (Chenopodiaceae) is a Eurasian genus of annual herbs with members established in the North American flora. The taxonomy of the representatives of this genus occurring in North America has not received careful attention for some time. The most recent taxonomic revision of North American Corispermum was made by P.C. Standley (1916), when these species were recognized: C. hyssopifolium L., C. nitidum Kitaibel ex Schultes, C. emarginatum Rydberg and C. villosum Rydberg. Standley considered the first 2 spp. to be introduced and the latter 2 native. In this study, herbarium specimens were examined from 14 different herbaria. On the basis of literature and observations of these herbarium specimens, only 3 spp. of Corispermum, all introduced, are recognized in North America: C. hyssopifolium L., C. nitidum Kitaibel ex Schultes and C. orientale Lamarck. A study of distributional data acquired from herbarium specimens and state floras suggests that the geographic range for all 3 spp. has increased with time.

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