After more than a century in oblivion, a species in Dysopsis (Euphorbiaceae) resurfaces
Keywords:ITS, lectotypification, molecular markers, taxonomy
Morphological and molecular characters have been used to reassess species limits within Dysopsis, resulting in an improved delimitation of taxa. D. chilensis, a taxon long considered a synonym of D. glechomoides, is reestablished; the genus now consists of four species. Lectotypes for three species have been designated. Also included are descriptions of the species and a diagnostic identification key.
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