Journal articleClinopodium umbrosum (M.Bieb.) Koch (1849: 673) was originally described from Georgia. A broad view of this species, which ranges from the Mediterranean to East Asia, has been maintained by some authors employing this name (Cramer 1981, Leblebici 1982, Clement 1999) or one of its homotypic synonyms (e.g. Satureja umbrosa (M.Beib.)...
Paton, A. J. ; Bramley, G. ; Ryding, O. ; Polhill, R. M. ; Harvey, Y. B. …
Journal articleHyptidinae, ca. 400 species, is an important component of Neotropical vegetation formations. Members of the subtribe possess flowers arranged in variously modified bracteolate cymes and nutlets with an expanded areole and all share a unique explosive mechanism of pollen release, except for . In a recent phylogenetic study, the group...
Barêa Pastore, José Floriano ; Medeiros Antar, Guilherme ; de Souza Soares, Arthur ; Forest, Félix ; Harley, Raymond Mervyn