Sensu lato

Gurcharan Singh singhg at SATYAM.NET.IN
Thu Oct 24 18:51:50 CDT 2002


Genus A sensu lato would include species which have now been included in
genus B
Similarly Genus A sensu stricto would exclude species now placed in genus B

Gurcharan Singh

RIAAN wrote
>Consider two valid genera, A and B, >which happen to be closely related. A
is an old
>and rather large genus, and B was erected for a couple of species
previously
>belonging to A more recently. Is it in order to refer: [i] to B;  [ii] to
both A and B, as
>"genus A sensu lato"?

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Dr. Gurcharan Singh
Department of Botany                                                  Res:
932 Anand Kunj
Sri Guru Tegh Bahadur Khalsa College                            Vikas Puri
University of Delhi , Delhi-110 007, INDIA                          New
Delhi-110018
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