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Mastigostyla

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Mastigostyla is a genus of flowering plants in the family Iridaceae, first described as a genus in 1928. The entire group is endemic to South America.[1] The genus name is derived from the Greek words mastigos, meaning "whip", and stylos, meaning "style".[2][3][4]

Species[1]
  • Mastigostyla boliviensis (R.C.Foster) Goldblatt, Iris Family: 247 (2008). - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla brachiandra Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 57 (1964). - Salta in Argentina
  • Mastigostyla brevicaulis (Baker) R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 161: 16 (1946). - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla cabrerae R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 171: 25 (1950). - Jujuy + Salta in Argentina
  • Mastigostyla candaravensis Ravenna - Tacna in Peru
  • Mastigostyla cardenasii R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 155: 23 (1945). - Bolivia, Cusco in Peru
  • Mastigostyla chuquisacensis Huaylla & Wilkin - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla cyrtophylla I.M.Johnst., Contr. Gray Herb. 81: 85 (1928). - Arequipa in Peru
  • Mastigostyla gracilis R.C.Foster, Rhodora 14: 296 (1962). - Chile, Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla herrerae (Vargas) Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 56 (1964). - Cusco in Peru
  • Mastigostyla hoppii R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 155: 24 (1945). - Arequipa in Peru
  • Mastigostyla humilis Ravenna, Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 10: 316 (1965). - Cusco in Peru
  • Mastigostyla implicata Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 58 (1964). - Jujuy in Argentina
  • Mastigostyla johnstonii R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 155: 25 (1945). - Tucumán in Argentina
  • Mastigostyla longituba (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla macbridei (R.C.Foster) Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 56 (1964). - Lima + Junín in Peru
  • Mastigostyla major Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 56 (1964). - Apurímac + Ayacucho in Peru
  • Mastigostyla mirabilis Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 57 (1964). - Tucumán in Argentina
  • Mastigostyla orurensis (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla peruviana R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 171: 25 (1950). - Apurímac in Peru
  • Mastigostyla potosina R.C.Foster, Rhodora 64: 294 (1962). - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla shepardiae (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Puno in Peru
  • Mastigostyla spathacea (Griseb.) Ravenna, Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 10: 317 (1965) - northern Argentina
  • Mastigostyla torotoroensis Huaylla & Wilkin - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla tunariensis (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Bolivia
  • Mastigostyla venturii (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Jujuy + Tucumán in Argentina
  • Mastigostyla woodii Huaylla & Wilkin - Bolivia

References

  1. ^ a b c Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ Manning, John; Goldblatt, Peter (2008). The Iris Family: Natural History & Classification. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press. pp. 247–50. ISBN 0-88192-897-6.
  3. ^ Innes, C. (1985). The World of Iridaceae: 1-407. Holly Gare International Ltd., Ashington.
  4. ^ Múlgura, M.E. (1996). Catálogo de las Plantas Vasculares de la República Argentina 1: 205-217. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis.
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Mastigostyla: Brief Summary

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Mastigostyla is a genus of flowering plants in the family Iridaceae, first described as a genus in 1928. The entire group is endemic to South America. The genus name is derived from the Greek words mastigos, meaning "whip", and stylos, meaning "style".

Species Mastigostyla boliviensis (R.C.Foster) Goldblatt, Iris Family: 247 (2008). - Bolivia Mastigostyla brachiandra Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 57 (1964). - Salta in Argentina Mastigostyla brevicaulis (Baker) R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 161: 16 (1946). - Bolivia Mastigostyla cabrerae R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 171: 25 (1950). - Jujuy + Salta in Argentina Mastigostyla candaravensis Ravenna - Tacna in Peru Mastigostyla cardenasii R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 155: 23 (1945). - Bolivia, Cusco in Peru Mastigostyla chuquisacensis Huaylla & Wilkin - Bolivia Mastigostyla cyrtophylla I.M.Johnst., Contr. Gray Herb. 81: 85 (1928). - Arequipa in Peru Mastigostyla gracilis R.C.Foster, Rhodora 14: 296 (1962). - Chile, Bolivia Mastigostyla herrerae (Vargas) Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 56 (1964). - Cusco in Peru Mastigostyla hoppii R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 155: 24 (1945). - Arequipa in Peru Mastigostyla humilis Ravenna, Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 10: 316 (1965). - Cusco in Peru Mastigostyla implicata Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 58 (1964). - Jujuy in Argentina Mastigostyla johnstonii R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 155: 25 (1945). - Tucumán in Argentina Mastigostyla longituba (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Bolivia Mastigostyla macbridei (R.C.Foster) Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 56 (1964). - Lima + Junín in Peru Mastigostyla major Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 56 (1964). - Apurímac + Ayacucho in Peru Mastigostyla mirabilis Ravenna, Revista Inst. Munic. Bot. 2: 57 (1964). - Tucumán in Argentina Mastigostyla orurensis (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Bolivia Mastigostyla peruviana R.C.Foster, Contr. Gray Herb. 171: 25 (1950). - Apurímac in Peru Mastigostyla potosina R.C.Foster, Rhodora 64: 294 (1962). - Bolivia Mastigostyla shepardiae (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Puno in Peru Mastigostyla spathacea (Griseb.) Ravenna, Bol. Soc. Argent. Bot. 10: 317 (1965) - northern Argentina Mastigostyla torotoroensis Huaylla & Wilkin - Bolivia Mastigostyla tunariensis (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Bolivia Mastigostyla venturii (R.C.Foster) Ravenna - Jujuy + Tucumán in Argentina Mastigostyla woodii Huaylla & Wilkin - Bolivia
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