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      A reappraisal of Adinobotrys Dunn (Fabaceae) with two new combinations

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      Adinobotrys , Callerya , Leguminosae , morphological key, Tribe Wisterieae

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          Two new species from Borneo that have been described in the genus Callerya are shown here to belong in Adinobotrys . The new combinations A. katinganensis and A. sarawakensis have consequently been made, bringing the total number of species in the genus to four. A morphological key and taxonomic conspectus is provided for all species.

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          The Callerya Group redefined and Tribe Wisterieae ( Fabaceae ) emended based on morphology and data from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequences

          Abstract The Tribe Wisterieae (Zhu 1994), founded on the single genus Wisteria , is emended and recircumscribed based on morphology and data from nuclear ITS and ndhJ-trnF, matK and rbcL chloroplast DNA sequences. This newly enlarged tribe comprises 36 species and 9 infraspecific taxa within 13 described genera. Six genera are new, two are reinstated and five were previously placed in Tribe Millettieae . The genus Adinobotrys is also reinstated comprising two species including the new combination A. vastus . Other reinstated genera include Whitfordiodendron , with four species, and Padbruggea , with three species, including the reinstatement of P. filipes and the new combination P. filipes var. tomentosa . The existing genera Afgekia , Callerya , Endosamara (with the new combination E. racemosa var. pallida ), Sarcodum and Wisteria , with the new combinations W. frutescens subsp. macrostachya are evaluated. The new genera comprise three Australasian species in Austrocallerya : A. australis , A. megasperma and A. pilipes ; Wisteriopsis with five species from east Asia has six new combinations: W. japonica , W. kiangsiensis , W. championii , W. eurybotrya , W. reticulata and W. reticulata var. stenophylla . Two species comprise the new Thai genus Kanburia : K. tenasserimensis and K. chlorantha . Nanhaia comprises the two species: N. fordii and N. speciosa and the monotypic genera Sigmoidala and Serawaia are based respectively on the species S. kityana and S. strobilifera . Lectotypes are designated for the names Adinobotrys filipes , A. myrianthus , Millettia bonatiana , Millettia bracteosa , Millettia championii , Millettia cinerea , Millettia dielsiana , Millettia kityana , M. maingayi , Millettia nitida , Millettia oocarpa , Millettia purpurea , M. reticulata , M. reticulata var. stenophylla , Padbruggea dasyphylla , Pterocarpus australis , Robinia racemosa , Whitfordiodendron scandens , W. sumatranum and Wisteria pallida . A neotype is designated for the name Millettia leiogyna .
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            Wisterieae, a new Tribe of the family Leguminosae – with special reference to its pollen morphology.

             X.-Y. Zhu,  X.Y. Zhu (1994)
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              A Revision of Callerya Endl. (including Padbruggea and Whitfordiodendron) (Papilionaceae: Millettieae).

               A.-M. Schot (1994)
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                urn:lsid:arphahub.com:pub:F7FCE910-8E78-573F-9C77-7788555F8AAD
                PhytoKeys
                Pensoft Publishers
                1314-2011
                1314-2003
                2020
                28 October 2020
                : 165
                : 63-67
                Affiliations
                [1 ] Spilsbury Farm, Tisbury, SP3 6RU, UK Spilsbury Farm Tisbury United Kingdom
                [2 ] Comparative Plant and Fungal Biology Department, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3AE, UK Royal Botanic Gardens London United Kingdom
                Author notes
                Corresponding author: James A. Compton ( jamiecompton@ 123456madasafish.com )

                Academic editor: P. Herendeen

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                58477
                10.3897/phytokeys.165.58477
                7642118
                James A. Compton, Brian D. Schrire

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                Research Article
                Fabaceae
                Biodiversity & Conservation
                Identification key
                Nomenclature
                Taxonomy
                Asia

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