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Evidence of misapplication of the name schoenolirion texanum liliaceae

, : Evidence of misapplication of the name schoenolirion texanum liliaceae. Southwestern Naturalist 24(1): 123-126

S. wrightii sp. nov. is proposed as a new species, even though the plant was known to botanists for more than a century as S. texanum (Scheele) A. Gray. There is compelling evidence that the basionym of S. texanum (Ornithogalum texanum Scheele) was representative of a species of Camassia, and all names applied to the plant in the past were based upon the Scheele type or are unacceptable for other reasons.

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