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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Tupčiauskaitė, Jūratė;Žemgulytė, Toma
Title: K. Regelio indėlis Diphasiastrum Holub genties taksonominei įvairovei Lietuvoje pažinti
Other Title: The significance of C. Regel’s research works in discovering of the taxonomic diversity of the genus Diphasiastrum in Lithuania
Is part of: Vytauto Didžiojo universiteto Botanikos sodo raštai, 2010, t. 14, p. 184-190
Date: 2010
Keywords: C. Regel;Lycopodiophyta;Diphasiastrum zeilleri;Key of identification;Vilnius University Herbarium;Pažinimo raktas;Vilniaus universiteto herbariumas
Abstract: Flora of Lithuania had a hitherto two known species of the genus Diphasiastrum (D. complanatum and D. tristachyum). However, in all the neighbouring Lithuania countries, another one species of the genus D. × zeilleri is found. Therefore, the identification key of the three aforesaid genus Diphasiastrum species was formed and the taxonomy revision of the specimens of the collection of the Herbarium of Vilnius University was carried out in order to determine whether the specimens of the D. × zeilleri species were not amongst them. After completing the taxonomy revision, it has been revealed that in approximately a one third of D. × zeilleri species were found amongst the specimens of two type collections. The first specimens of this species came up into the collection of the Herbarium of Lithuanian established by C. Regel in 1925 yet.
Straipsnyje aptariama K. Regelio herbariumo ir publikacijų reikšmė Diphasiastrum genties taksonominei įvairovei Lietuvoje pažinti, pateikiamas trijų genties rūšių pažinimo raktas ir rūšies D. × zeilleri konstatavimo faktas.
Appears in Collections:Vytauto Didžiojo universiteto Botanikos sodo raštai 2010, [t.] 14

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