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superfluous names

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cactus-books.com: Adromischus, The Cactus File Handbook 3 by John Pilbeam, Chris Rodgerson and Derek Tribble
... of the latin names and some of the botanical terms used in the Handbook. Superfluous and dubious names - As in the other books in the series, the comprehensive listing of superfluous names provides a definitive ...
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The Cactus File Handbook 3 Adromischus
... books in the series there is an extensive and very useful section of dubious and superfluous names and a list of the field collection numbers of Hammer, Tribble, and Rodgerson. There are ...
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Royal Horticultural Society - RHS Plant Finder: The Naming of Plants
... names or two or more species with the same name. The simplest way to resolve the problem of duplicated and superfluous names is to invoke a rule of priority - the earliest name correctly published wins and new names are therefore needed for some plants with later, incorrect names ...
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Publications
... Grid references should be given in alphanumeric format with no superfluous punctuation marks (e.g. NC123456 in Britain or L123456 in Ireland). Names of periodicals should be given in full, and herbaria abbreviated as in British and Irish herbaria (Kent & Allen 1984). The Latin names and English names of plants should follow, where appropriate, the New Flora of the British Isles ( ...
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