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Group: Fern Rank: species Kind: Name with Basionym Herbarium Placement: Lehmann, mid, J, P40

Authors: Published In: Memoires sur les Families des Fougeres, Gen. Filic. 154, pl. 12B, f. 2. 1850-1852[1852]. (Dec. 1852) (Mem. Foug., Gen. Filic.) Name publication detail
Annotation: For information on publication dates see Pichi Sermolli, Webbia 9: 361-366 (1953). Pp 3-30 first published in 1850 in Mem. Soc. Mus. Hist. Nat. Strasbourg 4(1): 171-198. Remainder of volume was first published Dec. 1852. Fée listed Aleuritopteris dealbata and A. farinosa (Forsskal) Kaulfuss as distinct taxa in his diagnosis of his new genus Aleuritopteris on p. 153. One must presume therefore that when he cited Cheilanthes farinosa Hooker & Greville (Icon. Filic. 2: t. 134. 1831) as a synonym of his A. dealbata, he implicitly restricted their account to the Nepalese element. This was first invalidly described by D. Don and validated by C. Presl, who included Hooker & Greville’s account within his concept of the taxon. Fée’s name was incorrectly treated as invalid by some recent authors, but their replacement name, A. doniana, must be treated as a superfluous illegitimate name
Allosorus dealbatus C. Presl 
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  • wu gai fen bei jue (pinyin, China)
    • Reference article Flora of China Editorial Committee. 2013. Flora of China (Lycopodiaceae through Polypodiaceae). 2–3:. In C. Y. Wu, P. H. Raven & D. Y. Hong (eds.) Fl. China. Science Press & Missouri Botanical Garden Press, Beijing & St. Louis.
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