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On the identity of the genus microtrichia asteraceae astereae

, : On the identity of the genus microtrichia asteraceae astereae. Mitteilungen der Botanischen Staatssammlung Muenchen 13: 235-242

The type species of the genus Microtrichia DC., M. perrottetii DC., is identical with Grangea ceruanoides Cass. Microtrichia is therefore a newer synonym of Grangea. M. zavattarii Lanza, the 2nd species known for Microtrichia, belongs to another genus of the Astereae, unknown until now.

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