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Pau’s taxa from Morocco: summary and types

AuthorsNualart, Neus ; Ibáñez Cortina, Neus ; Soriano, Ignasi
Issue Date2016
CitationXV OPTIMA Meeting (2016)
AbstractCarlos Pau (1857-1937) was one of the first Spanish botanists interested in the flora of Northern Morocco (González-Bueno & Gomis, 2005). He began to study it in 1908, thanks to some plants supplied by other naturalists. In spite that he only visited Morocco two times, during the next 28 years he described about 400 taxa from this area. Although there is an exhaustive list of Pau’s taxa (Carrasco, 1975), it is not complete and the typification of the majority of the names is still to be considered. The main source of original Pau’s names is the personal collection of the author (c. 100,000 specimens), included in the MA Herbarium of the "Real Jardín Botánico de Madrid" (Mateo, 1995). Original material can also be found in the BC Herbarium of the Botanical Institute of Barcelona due the close relationship between Pau and Pius Font Quer, the curator of this herbarium at that time.
DescriptionPóster presentado en la XV Optima Meeting celebrada en Montpellier del día 6 al 11 de junio de 2016 -- http://www.optima2016.org/en/welcome-to-montpellier/
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