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Name:

Diphelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Nicolson in Taxon, 24(5-6): 654 (1975)

Basionymum / Basionym:

Orobanche coccinea M. Bieb., Tabl. Prov. Casp.: 58 (1798) [O. coccinea M. Bieb., Fl. Taur. Cauc. 2: 84 (1808)] (Willdenow 1800: 354; Poiret 1804: 268; Bieberstein 1808: 84; Don 1838: 633). Ic.: Reichenbach, Iconogr. Bot. Pl. Crit. 7: t. 699 f. 937-938 (1829) (Reichenbach 1829: 49, "937. 938. e Caucaso ill. Ledebour."). Obs. "L'Orobanche écarlate; espčce qui au bout de sa tige porte une seule grande fleur du plus beau et du plus vif écarlate (Orobanche coccinea)" (Bieberstein 1798: 58); "Color sanguineus" (Reichenbach 1829: 49).

Accepted Name:

Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. in Lamarck, Encycl. 5: 268 (1804 [9 Jan 1804])

Synonyms: see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804)

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Ind. loc.: "Provinces situées sur la Côte Occidentale de la Mer Caspienne, entre les fleuves Terek [Terek Oblast / Терская область] et Kour [Kura / Кура, Baku Governorate / Бакинская губерния]" (Bieberstein, 1798: I). "Crecit in herbidis Caucasi, etiam rutheni [Ruthenia (S. European Russia) (Stearn, 1992: 221)]" (Bieberstein, 1808: 84); "west coast of the Caspian Sea" [Caucasus] (Nicolson, 1975: 654). "Phelypaea coccinea (Bieb.) Poiret (syn. Anoplanthus coccineus (Bieb.) Walp.; Diphelypaea coccinea (Bieb.) Nicolson,) was first described as Orobanche coccinea by von Bieberstein (1797, 1808) on the basis of specimens (currently in the Leningrad herbarium) collected by Güldenstedt north of Tiflis (Tbilisi) in the Republic of Georgia" (Cullen,  2010: 384).

Lectotype: «Caucasus: 1. "Orobanche coccinea, / Phelypaea Tournerfof. / Ex Caucaso [m. Marschall von Bieberstein. Collected by Güldenstedt north of Tiflis (Tbilisi) in the Republic of Georgia]". – 2. "Orobanche coccinea M.B. / Typus! / XI.1968 Tzvelev 1968" (LE s.n.!) (Cullen 2010: 384)» (Piwowarczyk & al., 2019: 14).

 "Type in Leningrad" (Novopokrovskij & Tzvelev (1958[2000]: 29[27]); "Type: Described from Caucasus (LE)" (Novopokrovskij & Tzvelev (1958[2000]: 29[27]); "Typus: In herbidis Caucasi, M. B. LE!" (Schiman-Czeika, 1964: 2); "to typify Orobanche coccinea on Marschall von Bieberstein's Caucasian materials (Leningrad)" (Nicolson, 1975: 654).

Designated by: Piwowarczyk & al. in Phytotaxa 386(1): 14 (2019).

Host: see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804).

Comments: see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804).

Chromosomatic number: see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804).

Ic.: see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804).

Distribution: see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804).

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Specimens examined and literature records. (see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804))

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References. (see Phelypaea coccinea (M. Bieb.) Poir. (1804))

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