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Allium litardierei

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Allium litardierei is a North African species of wild onion native to Algeria and Morocco.[2][3]

The oldest name applied to the taxon is the 1924 moniker Allium paniculatum subsp. breviscapum Litard. & Maire. Elevating the epithet breviscapum to species level is prevented by the existence of the 1885 name Allium breviscapum Stapf, hence the need for a new name, Allium litardierei J.-M.Tison in 2010.[4]

References

  1. ^ The International Plant Names Index
  2. ^ Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  3. ^ Litardière, René Verriet de & Maire, René Charles Joseph Ernest. 1924. Mémoires de la Société des Sciences Naturelles du Maroc 4: 21
  4. ^ Tison, J.-M. 2010. Index synonymique de la flore d'Afrique du Nord 1: 403
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Allium litardierei: Brief Summary

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Allium litardierei is a North African species of wild onion native to Algeria and Morocco.

The oldest name applied to the taxon is the 1924 moniker Allium paniculatum subsp. breviscapum Litard. & Maire. Elevating the epithet breviscapum to species level is prevented by the existence of the 1885 name Allium breviscapum Stapf, hence the need for a new name, Allium litardierei J.-M.Tison in 2010.

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