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Group: Gymnosperm Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Lehmann, mid, J, 6C

Authors: Published In: The Gardeners Dictionary: eighth edition no. 3. 1768. (Gard. Dict. (ed. 8)) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
Annotation: as "Lusitanica"
Type-Protologue
Locality: This tree grows naturally at Goa, from whence it was first brought to Portugal, where it has succeeded, and been propagated; formerly there were some trees of this sort growing in the Bishop of London's garden at Fulham, where it passed under the title of Cedar of Goa, by which it was sent from thence to the Leyden garden with that name.
Distribution: Portugal
Note: spreading Cypress with a smaller fruit
Type Specimens
  • HT: Anonymous s.n. [ex herb. Miller]; ; Portugal: Bussaco, cultivated; from Miller's Chelsea Physic Garden (BM)
Higher Taxa:     Taxonomy Browser
Concept:    details
Other names for this basionym:
Callitropsis lusitanica (Mill.) D.P. Little
**Cupressus lusitanica var. typica (Mill.) Franco
Hesperocyparis lusitanica (Mill.) Bartel
*Neocupressus lusitanica (Mill.) de Laub.
Projects: Antioquia , Bolivia , China , Costa Rica , Ecuador , IPCN , Mesoamericana , Nicaragua , Pakistan , Panama , Peru , Selva Central Peru , VPA

Common Names:
  • "Cípres" (Peru)
    • No References available
  • Ciprés
    • No References available
  • Ciprés
    • No References available
  • mo xi ge bai mu (Pinyin, China)
    • Reference article Flora of China Editorial Committee. 1999. Flora of China (Cycadaceae through Fagaceae). 4: 1–453. In C. Y. Wu, P. H. Raven & D. Y. Hong (eds.) Fl. China. Science Press & Missouri Botanical Garden Press, Beijing & St. Louis.
Keywords: BOL, CEC, FCC, FM

 
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