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Mossia N.E. Brown, 1930

1358467  (urn:lsid:irmng.org:taxname:1358467)

accepted
Genus
Mossia N.E. Brown, 1930 [2] (later usage (refer note))
marine, brackish
recent only
Brown, N. E. (1930). Mesembryanthemum. <em>Gardeners Chronicle.</em> series 3 (87): 13-211.
page(s): 71 [details]   
Taxonomic remark Non Mossia N.E. Brown, 1930, same ref., p. 151 (ING). Brown erected the genus Mossia twice in 1930, intending the type...  
Taxonomic remark Non Mossia N.E. Brown, 1930, same ref., p. 151 (ING). Brown erected the genus Mossia twice in 1930, intending the type species to be Mesembryanthemum intervallare Bolar, but initially and incorrectly citing the similarly named Ruschia intervallaris Bolar as type, correcting the error with the second description. Technically the second description forms a later homonym of the first, however in 1999 the Committee for Spermatophyta recommended that the first description be accepted, with the cited type species treated as a correctable error. Accordingly, both names are now treated as synonyms, with the second description a later usage of the first. [details]
IRMNG (2020). Mossia N.E. Brown, 1930. Accessed at: https://www.irmng.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1358467 on 2021-01-15
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2006-09-20 22:00:00Z
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2011-12-31 23:00:00Z
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original description Brown, N. E. (1930). Mesembryanthemum. <em>Gardeners Chronicle.</em> series 3 (87): 13-211.
page(s): 71 [details]   

basis of record SN2000: Brands, S. J. (compiler) 1989-2005. Systema Naturae 2000. Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2006 version). Available online at http://sn2000.taxonomy.nl/.  [details]   

basis of record Farr, E. R.; Zijlstra, G. (eds). (1996-current). Index Nominum Genericorum (ING). A compilation of generic names published for organisms covered by the ICN: International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi, and Plants. [previously: organisms covered by the International Code for Botanical Nomenclature]. Web publication, available at http://botany.si.edu/ing/ (accessed August 2007).  [details]   

additional source Brummitt, R. K. (1999). Report of the Committee for Spermatophyta: 48. <em>Taxon.</em> 48(2): 359-371., available online at https://doi.org/10.2307/1224443 [details]   

verified source for family GRIN Taxonomy for Plants: U.S. National Plant Germplasm Resources Information Network, September 2011 version. Available online at https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomyquery.aspx.  [details]   

name verified source Farr, E. R.; Zijlstra, G. (eds). (1996-current). Index Nominum Genericorum (ING). A compilation of generic names published for organisms covered by the ICN: International Code of Nomenclature for Algae, Fungi, and Plants. [previously: organisms covered by the International Code for Botanical Nomenclature]. Web publication, available at http://botany.si.edu/ing/ (accessed August 2007).  [details]   

current name source GRIN Taxonomy for Plants: U.S. National Plant Germplasm Resources Information Network, September 2011 version. Available online at https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomyquery.aspx.  [details]   

extant flag source GRIN Taxonomy for Plants: U.S. National Plant Germplasm Resources Information Network, September 2011 version. Available online at https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxon/taxonomyquery.aspx.  [details]   

habitat flag source as per family [details]   

original description  (of Mossia N.E. Brown, 1930 [2]) Brown, N. E. (1930). Mesembryanthemum. <em>Gardeners Chronicle.</em> series 3 (87): 13-211.
page(s): 151 [details]   
From other sources
Taxonomic remark Non Mossia N.E. Brown, 1930, same ref., p. 151 (ING). Brown erected the genus Mossia twice in 1930, intending the type species to be Mesembryanthemum intervallare Bolar, but initially and incorrectly citing the similarly named Ruschia intervallaris Bolar as type, correcting the error with the second description. Technically the second description forms a later homonym of the first, however in 1999 the Committee for Spermatophyta recommended that the first description be accepted, with the cited type species treated as a correctable error. Accordingly, both names are now treated as synonyms, with the second description a later usage of the first. [details]

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