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How really extensive is the original material of Juncus kochii (Juncaceae)? - A taxonomic and nomenclatural revision
Jaros?aw Pro?ków
Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae , 2008, DOI: 10.5586/asbp.2008.041
Abstract: The identity of the original material of Juncus kochii F. W. Schultz (Juncaceae) is discussed. The taxon at present is best regarded as Juncus bulbosus L. subsp. kochii (F. W. Schultz) Reichg. The relevant literature (protologue and references therein) was searched and details of all original elements were compiled. Nomenclatural and taxonomic remarks are given. Juncus welwitschii Hochst. ex Steud. is here excluded as a synonym of Juncus bulbosus subsp. kochii.
Rejection of some original materia of Juncus kochii (Juncaceae) as useless for typification
Jaros?aw Pro?ków
Acta Societatis Botanicorum Poloniae , 2006, DOI: 10.5586/asbp.2006.036
Abstract: The identity of the potential original material of Juncus kochii is discussed. The taxon at present is best regarded as Juncus bulbosus L. subsp. kochii (F.W. Schultz) Reichg. The relevant literature (protologue and references therein) was searched and details of all residual original elements were compiled. Taxonomic remarks are given. The herbarium material from the environs of Bitche (Moselle, Lorraine) and Gérardmer (Vosges, Lorraine) – both in France, has been rejected as useless for typification of J. kochii (because of taxonomic reasons), though it was listed both in the protologue and also as indirect references therein Schultz’s earlier publications.
MITES IN THE PARENCHYMA OF JUNCUS PROCERUS IN MARSHEY WETLANDS IN THE BIO BIO REGION, CHILE
Villagrán-Mella,Romina; Casanueva,María E.; Parra,Luis E.;
Gayana (Concepción) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-65382005000100004
Abstract: the first record of mites in the parenchyma of juncus procerus in marshey wetlands in the region of bio bio, chile, is presented. nine genera and families and three suborders were found. eight species are new records for chile and have not been previously cited as mites associated with aquatic environments. they are the following: mesostigmata: holoparasitus sp. and hypoaspis sp., prostigmata: trombidium sp., trombiculidae sp., balastium sp., cyta sp. and eupodes sp.; and oribatida: pergalumna sp. facts about habitats and known distribution are included for all found taxa
MITES IN THE PARENCHYMA OF JUNCUS PROCERUS IN MARSHEY WETLANDS IN THE BIO BIO REGION, CHILE ACAROS EN EL PARENQUIMA DE JUNCUS PROCERUS EN HUMEDALES PALUSTRES DE LA REGION DEL BIO BIO, CHILE  [cached]
Romina Villagrán-Mella,María E. Casanueva,Luis E. Parra
Gayana (Concepción) , 2005,
Abstract: The first record of mites in the parenchyma of Juncus procerus in marshey wetlands in the region of Bio Bio, Chile, is presented. Nine genera and families and three suborders were found. Eight species are new records for Chile and have not been previously cited as mites associated with aquatic environments. They are the following: Mesostigmata: Holoparasitus sp. and Hypoaspis sp., Prostigmata: Trombidium sp., Trombiculidae sp., Balastium sp., Cyta sp. and Eupodes sp.; and Oribatida: Pergalumna sp. Facts about habitats and known distribution are included for all found taxa Se entrega el primer registro de ácaros en el parénquima de Juncus procerus, en humedales palustres de la Región del Bío Bío, Chile. Se determinó que la acarofauna está compuesta por 9 géneros y familias y 3 subórdenes, 8 de las cuales son nuevos registros para Chile y no han sido citados previamente como ácaros asociados a ambientes acuáticos. Dentro de los Mesostigmata: Holoparasitus sp. e Hypoaspis sp.; de Prostigamata: Trombidium sp, Trombiculidae sp., Balastium sp., Cyta sp., y Eupodes sp., y dentro del suborden Oribatida: Pergalumna sp. Se incluyen datos de hábitat y distribución conocida para los taxa encontrados
The section Atlanticae of the genus Luzula (Juncaceae)  [cached]
Romo, A.,Boratyński, A.
Collectanea Botanica , 2011,
Abstract: The section Atlanticae of the genus Luzula (Juncaceae).- Luzula atlantica Braun-Blanq. and Luzula tibestica (Quézel) Zarhan ex Romo & Boratyński are the only representatives of the section Atlanticae Kirschner of the genus Luzula. Luzula atlantica is an endemic plant from the High Atlas Mountains and Luzula tibestica is endemic to the Tibesti massif. Both taxa are studied from a nomenclatural, morphological, chorological and biogeographical point of view. These taxa, owing to their low dispersion capacity, have probably diversified in situ. La sección Atlanticae del género Luzula (Juncaceae).- Luzula atlantica Braun-Blanq. y Luzula tibestica (Quézel) Zarhan ex Romo & Boratynski son los únicos representantes de la sección Atlanticae Kirschner del género Luzula. Luzula atlantica es un endemismo del Alto Atlas y Luzula tibestica es una planta endémica del macizo de Tibesti. Ambos taxones son estudiados desde el punto de vista morfológico, nomenclatural, corológico y biogeográfico. Estos taxones, por su baja tasa de dispersión, se han diversificado probablemente in situ.
Chile, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific Region
Wilhelmy,Manfred;
Revista de ciencia política (Santiago) , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-090X2005000200010
Abstract: text of a presentation in the colloquium chile and the world, organized by the princeton university program in latin american studies, may 6, 2005, in honor of professor paul e.sigmund. the views expressed have not been reviewed or endorsed by the chile pacific foundation. manfred wilhelmy holds a ph.d. in politics (1973) from princeton university
Chile, Latin America, and the Asia-Pacific Region  [cached]
Manfred Wilhelmy
Revista de Ciencia Política , 2005,
Abstract: Text of a presentation in the Colloquium Chile and the World, organized by the Princeton University Program in Latin American Studies, May 6, 2005, in honor of Professor Paul E.Sigmund. The views expressed have not been reviewed or endorsed by the Chile Pacific Foundation. Manfred Wilhelmy holds a Ph.D. in Politics (1973) from Princeton University
Territorial approaches for rural development in Latin America: a case study in Chile
Pisani,Elena; Franceschetti,Giorgio;
Revista de la Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo , 2011,
Abstract: a recent transition in the field of rural development theory is a move from a narrow agricultural sector approach, to one which adopts broader territorial vision. this passage seeks to interpret interactions between urban and rural worlds in a more comprehensive manner.this relatively new theoretical perspective is of particular interest to academics and politicians in latin american countries where, since the mid 1990s, the concept of new rurality has been seen as the source of a new approach to rural development. therefore the theoretical purpose of this research is to clarify the analytical signposts of the new rurality theme in latin america and to identify the differences between sectoral and territorial approaches considering the socioeconomic, institutional and environmental aspects involved. the transition from sectoral to territorial approaches also means, from an operative point of view, the recognition of homogeneous areas for the suggestion of rural development strategies. the operative purpose of this research consists in proposing a methodology to identify these areas with an application in the maule region in chile. the conclusion underlines some critical elements that should be considered in the definition of territorial rural development strategies.
CINCO NUEVOS REGISTROS PARA LA FLORA VASCULAR DE CHILE CONTINENTAL
García,Nicolás;
Gayana. Botánica , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-66432007000200003
Abstract: five new records for the vascular flora of continental chile are reported, corresponding to adesmia hemisphaerica hauman (fabaceae), carex argentina barros (cyperaceae), luzula parvula barros (juncaceae), oxychlo? bisexualis kuntze and oxychlo? haumaniana (barros) barros (juncaceae). main iconography, geographical - environmental distribution and taxonomic commentaries are referred for each taxon. some phytogeographical aspects are discussed based upon these floristical novelties
Ceraticelus bulbosus (Araneae, Linyphiidae) - first record from Germany and other remarkable records of spiders in eastern Germany  [PDF]
Martin, Dieter
Arachnologische Mitteilungen , 2009, DOI: 10.5431/aramit3802
Abstract: The first record of the very rare linyphiid spider Ceraticelus bulbosus (Emerton, 1882) from Germany is presented. Furthermore records of Agroeca dentigera, Agyneta arietans, Bathyphantes setiger, Brommella falcigera, Crustulina sticta, Erigone dentigera, Meioneta mossica, and Pardosa morosa and other rare spiders are reported.
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