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Biologia

, Volume 73, Issue 4, pp 313–317 | Cite as

New name for Central Europaean oak formerly labelled as Quercus dalechampii

  • Peter KučeraEmail author
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Abstract

Quercus dalechampii Ten. is an oak species recognised by numerous authors, but it has an inconsistent taxonomical use depending on any particular author’s concept. Typification of Q. dalechampii in 2012 made this name inapplicable for Central European populations traditionally treated as Q. dalechampii. A new name, Q. banatus, based on Quercus aurea Wierzb. ex Kotschy, is here designated for a taxon equivalent to the present use of “Q. dalechampii” in Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary and other countries (at least in part) belonging to the Central European region. Notes on selected oak names related to Q. aurea Wierzb. ex Kotschy are appended.

Keywords

Central Europe Nomenclature Oak Quercus dalechampii Q. petraea agg 

Notes

Acknowledgements

I would like to thank to J. Kochjarová (Zvolen), P. Mereďa (Bratislava), M. Janišová (Banská Bystrica), U. Šilc (Ljubljana), N. Rajčević (Belgrade) and the workers of the Slovak National Library (Martin) for their valuable help with literature sources. I am especially grateful for willingness to help from M. Callmander and J.-Ph. Chassot (Conservatoire et Jardin botaniques, Genève) and J. Schöffel (Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin – Preußischer Kulturbesitz, Berlin) with the originals of Kotschy’s Eichen. To anonymous reviewers, I am indebted for ideas to the first manuscript version revision, special thanks belong to K. Marhold (Bratislava) for help and advices which substantially improved the paper, both in content and form. I would also like to thank Proof-Reading-Service.com for improving my English.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Comenius University in Bratislava, Botanical Garden, Workplace BlatnicaBlatnica pri MartineSlovakia

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