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Group: Dicot Rank: species Herbarium Placement: Lehmann, mid, I, 128

Authors: Published In: Flora 20(2, Beibl.): 113–114. 1837. (Flora) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
Annotation: Combining Mimosa ynga into Inga does not technically create a tautonym, as has been the tradtional interpretation, including the interpretation by Martius, who proposed the nom. nov., Inga edulis, to reflect the widespread use of the sarcostemma (aril) around the seeds for human consumption. Although technically a superfluous name, Inga edulis Mart. has been so long used as a legitimate replacement name, that in the spirit of Article 53.3 (“If established practice has been to treat two similar names as homonyms, this practice is to be continued if it is in the interest of nomenclatural stability.” ) this should continue to be the current practice. [GD, 7 Oct 2016]
Type-Protologue
Locality: Brasilia
Distribution: Brazil
Replaced:
Mimosa ynga Vell. 
Blocking:
!Mimosa inga L. 
Higher Taxa:     Taxonomy Browser
Concept:    details
Combinations for this basionym:
Feuilleea edulis (Mart.) Kuntze
Projects: Antioquia , Bolivia , Costa Rica , Ecuador , Flora of Panama , IPCN , Madidi Checklist , Mesoamericana , Nicaragua , Panama , Paraguay , Peru

Common Names:
  • Angá (Portuguese, Brazil, Santa Catarina)
    • No References available
  • Guaba (Ecuador)
    • No References available
  • Guamo (Spanish, Colombia, Cundinamarca)
    • No References available
  • Guamo (Spanish, Venezuela, Distrito Federal)
    • No References available
  • inga
    • No References available
  • Ingá-cipó (Portuguese, Brazil, Santa Catarina)
    • No References available
  • Ingá-rabo-de-mico (Portuguese, Brazil, Santa Catarina)
    • No References available
  • pacay
    • No References available
  • pacay (spanish, Bolivia, Santa Cruz)
    • Reference article Mostacedo C., B. & Y. Uslar. 1999. Plantas silvestres con frutos y semillas comestibles del departamento de Santa Cruz, Bolivia: un inventario preliminar. Revista Soc. Boliv. Bot. 2(2): 203–226.
Keywords: BOL, CEC, FVG, gd, BCA

 
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