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  • * Support for authors of taxonomic revisions.
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  • * Support for authors of taxonomic revisions.
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  • * Authors of taxonomic revisions can select annotation for acceptance, and the treatm
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  • ..., data should be exported using canonical URIs, where possible, for taxa, authors, institutions, geolocations, and descriptive properties.
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  • # What FNA authors call "habitat", ENVO (the Environment Ontology) calls an "environment". ENV ...rasslands, but a search for grasslands will not retrieve meadows. But some authors consider meadow to be a type of grassland!
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  • ...le Belt ranges of west-central Montana. It is highly variable, and several authors have suggested that it has introgressed with one or more other species (R.
    2 KB (310 words) - 23:56, 18 February 2014
  • ...l. The name T. sibiricum Dahlstedt has been applied mistakenly by American authors to this entity.
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  • ...de Mountains and Sierra Nevada. This is A. glauca var. laciniata of recent authors. The inclusion of A. parviflora within an expanded A. glauca is based partl
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  • ...ecific. Agoseris apargioides (in the strict sense) here includes what most authors of recent floras have called A. apargioides subsp. maritima and/or var. eas
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  • Glyptopleura setulosa is found in the Mojave desert. Some authors (e.g., P. A. Munz 1974; G. L. Stebbins 1993b) have included G. setulosa wit
    568 bytes (83 words) - 00:09, 19 February 2014
  • ...for traits used here to distinguish P. pauciflorus and P. rothrockii. Some authors (e.g., B. L. Turner and K. J. Kim 1990) have included P. rothrockii within
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  • Some authors have recognized Antennaria microcephala (= A. luzuloides subsp. aberrans)
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  • ...it may be preferable to follow W. L. Jepson ([1923–1925]) and some later authors and treat A. media as a subspecies of A. alpina. Antennaria media appears t
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  • foetida by recent authors (e.g., A. Cronquist 1980; R. K. Godfrey and J. W. Wooten 1981; R. P.
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  • ...stionable. The morphologic variant treated as Artemisia lindleyana by some authors may warrant infraspecific status.
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  • authors have divided the traditional family into three or more families). A. Cronqu
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  • |authors=David J. Keil,
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  • ...nt the typical var. aurantiaca; those of drier habitats resemble what past authors have called Agoseris gracilens (including A. gracilens var. greenei). There
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  • ...he subtribal assignment of Phalacroseris somewhat problematic. Most recent authors have followed G. L. Stebbins (1953), placing the genus in Microseridinae (H
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  • ...4b), a disposition not followed here. Species circumscription varies among authors, but most modern treatments recognize the species as defined here. The most
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