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Mutisia L.f., Suppl. Pl. : 57 (1781).

Guariruma Cass., Dict. Sci. Nat. 33: 472 (1824). Type: not designated.

Aplophyllum Cass., Dict. Sci. Nat. 33: 472 (1824). Type: not designated. Note: it is likely that this name may be considered invalid since Cassini (1824: 472) provided only a provisional name, but as a subgenus. On the following page (Cassini, 1824: 473) Aplophyllum was definitely mentioned as a genus!

Type: Mutisia clematis L.f.

References

Cabrera, A. L. (1934). Notas sobre el gnero Mutisia. Notas Prelim. Mus. La Plata 3(1): 157172 + Lam. I--II.

Cabrera, A. L. (1965). Revison del g nero Mutisia (Compositae). Opera Lilloana 13: 1227.

Key to species

1. Leaves compound with rachis terminating in a tendril (sect. Mutisia)2

Leaves simple, entire, dentate or profoundly divided 5

2. (1) Leaves compound with lanceolate, ovate or elliptic leaflets contracted at the base and more than 10 mm long; phyllaries glabrous or abaxially tomentose; corollas red, reddish orange or scarlet 3

Leaves profoundly divided with oblong or linear segments, or markedly with ovoid to circular segments/lobes, lesss than 10 mm long; phyllaries tomentose along margins; corollas white or pink M. hamata

3. (2) Apices of outer phyllaries recurved; pappus of rayed florets almost as long as corolla tube of these florets M. lanata

Apices of outer phyllaries not or scarcely recurved; pappus of rayed florets half as long or much shorter than corolla tube of these florets 4

4. (3) Involucre 3560 mm tall; phyllary margins not ciliate-lannose, outer phyllaries obtuse M. acuminata

Involucres 3035 mm tall; phyllary margins ciliate-lannose M. vicia

5. (1) Capitula with isomorphic corollas, all hermaphrodite, corollas bilabiate or rayed; shrubs; leaves lacking tendril (sect. Isantha) 6

Capitula heterogamous, marginal florets female, sub-ligulate/rayed, disc florets hermaphrodite, bilabiate 7

6. (5) Florets 1520 per capitulum; leaves broad-lanceolate or elliptic M. kurtzii

Florets 58 per capitulum; leaves linear or narrowly-lanceolate M. orbignyana

7. (5) Leaves subulate, margins revolute, with or without a terminal tendril (sect. Hoplophyllum) M. friesiana

Leaves lanceolate or ovate 8

8. (7) Shrubs; leaves lanceolate, entire demtate or partite, without tendril (sect. Fruticosa) 9

Climbing or scandent plants; leaves usually with tendrils (sect. Guariruma)11

9. (8) Leaves pectinate-lobate M. comptoniifolia

Leaves entire or dentate 10

10. (9)Female florets 6; corollas white, ray well developed; leaves 26 mm wide M. ledifolia

Female florets few (sometimes absent), almost equal to hermaphrodite; leaves 510 mm wide M. homoeantha

11. (8)Leaves dentate, at least in lower half; phyllary apices lanose M. lanigera

Leaves entire (or at most with one or two lobes at base); phyllary apices glabrous 12

12. (11)Leaves short-petioalte, base sagittate M. cochabambense

Leaves sessile, rarely subpetiolate, but then base rounded 13

13. (12)Capitula large, involucres 50 mm tall 3035 mm diam. M. mandoniana

Capitula smaller, involucres 2545 mm tall 1225 mm diam. M. andersonii

Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav., Syst. Veg. Fl. Peruv. Chil. : 192 (1798). Type/s: Habitat in umbrosis et praeruptis Provinciarum Tarmae, Huarocher et Caxatambo ad Cheuchin vicum. Floret Majo ad Augustum. Cabrera (1965: 57) cited the holotype as Ceuchin 1779 mayo in MA, and a possible isotype in BM (Ex Per. Ruiz et Pav n.). The holotype appears as the first image marked as A6 on the microfiche sheet 294 of the Ruiz & Pavn herbarium; the second image A6 appears to be a duplicate of the first, and the third image a continuation of the profuse notes on this plant.

*Mutisia viciifolia Cav., Ic. Pl. 5: 62, tab. 490 (1799). Type: Mutisia. Nee herbar. Habitat prope Valparaiso in Regno chilensi, floretque Martio. Vidi siccam in dicto herbario.'.' Holotype: MA (476009 sheet shown in Fiche 50/C8). Note: There are two sheets in MA which correspond to this name, 476009 (Fiche 50/C7) with only a typewritten label, and a second, also numbered 476009 (Fiche 50/C8) on which there is a handwritten label.

Mutisia peduncularis Cav., Ic. Pl. 5: 62, tab. 491 (1799). Type: Mutisia. Nee herb. Habitat prope oppidum peruvianum S. Buenaventura. Floret Iulio. Vidi siccam apud D. Ludovicum Ne. Holotype: MA (476004 '- Fiche 50/C2).

Mutisia viciifolia Ruiz & Pav. var. a genuina Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 15 (1855), based on Mutisia viciifolia Cav.

Cabrera (1978: 600) merged the variety paucijuga under the species in his account for Jujuy in Argentina. However, this appeared to indicate that this variety occurred only in Argentina!

var. acuminata

Bolivia (Chuquisaca), Peru.

var. candolleana (Gardner) Cabrera, Opera Lilloana 13: 60 (1965).

Mutisia candolleana Gardner, Sertum Pl. 1: tab. 4546 (1844). Type: Hab. Bolivia. Mr. Pentland. Holotype: OXF.

*Mutisia viciifolia Ruiz & Pav. b candollenaa (Gardner) Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 15 (1855).

Mutisia petiolulata Decne. ex Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 15 (1855), nom. nud. pro syn.

*Mutisia viciifolia Ruiz & Pav. forma intermedia Cuatrec., Anales Univ. Madrid (Pl. Isernianae) 4(2) 1: 237 (1935). Types: Bolivia: cercanas de La Paz, 3-VII-1863 ([Isern] n m. 369). Per: com n en el valle de Tarma, 29-IX-1863 ([Isern] nm. 583). Syntypes: MA. Cabrera (1965: 60) noted only one of the types, Isern 369, which he had not seen and which he appears to have designated the duplicate in LP as the lectotype.

Bolivia (Chuquisaca, Cochabamba, La Paz, Oruro, Potos , Tarija).

var. hirsuta (Meyen) Cabrera, Opera Lilloana 13: 59 (1965).

Mutisia hirsuta Meyen, Reise um die Erde 1: 451 (1834). Type: not cited. [Walper in Observat. Bot. : 284-285 (1843) cited Peruvia: Cordillera de Tacna. (v.s.)] Holotype: B.

*Mutisia viciifolia Ruiz & Pav. var. g hirsuta (Meyen) Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: (1855).

Bolivia (La Paz, Oruro), Chile, Peru.

var. paucijuga (Griseb.) Cabrera, Opera Lilloana 13: 58 (1965).

Mutisia viciifolia Ruiz & Pav. var. paucijuga Griseb., Abh. Knigl. Ges. Wiss. G ttingen 24(1): 211 (1879); Symb. Fl. Arg. : 211 (1879). Types?: S. J.: (Peru Chile). Syntypes: Lorentz & Hieronymus 330, GOET; Lorentz & Hieronymus 726, GH, GOET, NY, S. Cabrera (1965: 58) cited only the isotypes of Lorentz & Hieronymus 726, but not specifically lectotypifying this name.

Agentina, Bolivia (Chuquisaca, Tarija).

Chinchircoma (Katinas, 1996: 26).

Mutisia andersonii Sodiro ex Hieron., Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 29(1): 80 (1900*). Type: [Ecuador:] Crescit in declivibus orientalibus et occidentalibus montis Pichincha, item in fruticetis prope Pango, alt. s. m. 30003500 m (S.[odiro] n. 63/1). Holotype: B. [*Note: See Reference section concerning problem with date of publication]

Mutisia sagittifolia S. F. Blake, Bot. Gaz. 74: 428 (1922). Type: Ecuador. On slopes of Mt. Pichincha, August 23, 1920, E.W.D. and M.M. Holway 941. Holotype: US (1058634); isotype: GH.

Bolivia (La Paz), Ecuador.

Mutisia anomala Lillo, Prim. Reunin Nac. Soc. Argent. Ci. Nat., Tucum n 1916: 230 (1919) = Mutisia kurtzii var. anomala (Lillo) Cabrera

Mutisia bipontina Mandon ex Rusby, Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 6(1): 68 (1896) = Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav.

Mutisia bipontini Mandon ex Sch.Bip., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 79 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 527 (Feb. 1866), nom. nud. (based on Mandon 6) = Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav.

*Mutisia bipontina Mandon ex Weberb. in Engl. & Drude, Veget. Erde 12: 237 (1911), nom. nud. = Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav.

*Mutisia camptosorifolia Rusby, Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 4(3): 213 (1895) = Mutisia cochabambensis Hieron.

Mutisia camptosorifolia Rusby var. nana Beauverd ex Herzog, Pflanzenw. Bolivischen Anden : 209 (1923), nom. nud. = Mutisia cochabambensis Hieron.

Mutisia candolleana Gardner, Sertum Pl. 1: tab. 4546 (1844) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav. var. candolleana (Gardner) Cabrera

*? Mutisia clematis L.f., Suppl. Pl. : 373 (1781). Listed for Bolivia by Foster (1958: 214) but referred only to Colombia by Cabrera (1965). It isnt immediately obvious which reference was the source of Fosters record but may well refer to Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav.

Mutisia cneorifolia Dec. ex Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 22 (1855), nom. nud. pro syn. = Mutisia orbignyana Wedd.

*Mutisia cochabambensis Hieron., Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 19(1): 74 (1894). Type: Proxime affinis quoque est species tertia nova a cl. M. Bang prope Cochabamba in republica Bolivia lecta et sub n. 881 a cl. N. L. Britton et H. H. Rusby nomine M. hastatae distributa, cui nomen M. cochabambensis Hieron. n. sp. impositum sit, Holotype: B; isotypes: GH, MO, US.

*Mutisia iserni Phil., Anales Univ. Chile 85: 823 (1894). Type: Habitat ad Tiahuanaco in Bolivia, legit Joh. Isern. [Se halla en Tiahuanaco; en Bolivia la recolect Juan Isern. Pizarro, 1960: 151.] Holotype: SGO (64919); isotype: LP.

*Mutisia camptosorifolia Rusby, Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 4(3): 213 (1895). Type: [Bolivia:] -'[Bang] 881. Noted (Rusby, 1895: 213) as Published as Mutisia hastata Cav. is Mutisia camptosorifolia sp. n. Holotype: NY; isotypes: GH, MO, US.

Mutisia camptosorifolia Rusby var. nana Beauverd ex Herzog, Pflanzenw. Bolivischen Anden : 209 (1923), nom. nud.

*Mutisia flagellaria J. Koster, Blumea 5(3): 672 (1945). Type: Hab.: windend und rankend im Gebsch des Araca-Thalgeh nges, 3500 m alt., Okt. 1911, [Herzog] n. 2362. Holotype: L; istoype: L, LP, S.

Bolivia (La Paz, Cochabamba), Peru.

*Mutisia comptoniifolia Rusby, Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 3(3): 65 (1893). Type: [Bolivia:] Talca Chugiaguilla, April, 1890, ([Bang] 795). Holotype: NY; isotypes: GH, O, US.

Bolivia (La Paz).

Cabrera (1965: 133) suggested that this may well be treated as a hybrid, intermediate between M. orbignyana Wedd. and M. acuminata var. hirsuta (Meyen) Cabrera.

*Mutisia flagellaria J. Koster, Blumea 5(3): 672 (1945) = Mutisia cochabambensis Hieron.

Mutisia friesiana Cabrera, Notas Mus. La Plata, Bot. 13(No. 56): 19 (1948). Type: Argentina. Salta, Departamento de Poma, Quebrada de Cobres, 3500 m.s.m., leg. A. L. Cabrera 8716, 13-II-1945. Holotype: LP.

Argentina, Bolivia (Chuquisaca, Oruro, Potos, Tarija).

Chinchircoma colorado; Romerillo (Katinas, 1996: 27).

Mutisia hamata Reiche, Anales Univ. Chile 115: 103 (1904), as nom. nov. pro M. microphylla Phil., non Willd.

Mutisia microphylla Phil., Anales Mus. Nac. Chile, Bot. 8: 30 (1891), non Willd. Type: Ad Amincha c. 3800 m s. m. lecta.'' [F. Philippi] Holotype: ?SGO.

Mutisia philippii R. E. Fr., Nova Act. Reg. Soc. Sci. Upsal., ser. 4, 1(1): 92 (1905). Types: [Argentina:] Prov. Jujuy: El Angosto in Dep. de S:a Catalina in fruticetis ca. 3600 m. s. m. (1 Febr. 1901; Kurtz 11547); Laguna Tres Cruces in petrosis (12 Febr. 1901; Kurtz 11669); Moreno ad Nevado de Chai in Baccharide polifolia volubilis, 3500 m. s. m. (1116 Dec. 1901; Fr. 824 a, capitulis vix evolutis). Prov. Salta: Toro in Quebrada del Toro ca. 3300 m. s. m.; specimina erecta (17 Nov. 1901; Fr. 824; leg. G. v. Hofsten). Syntypes: S. Isosyntype (Fries 824a): UPS.

Argentina, Bolivia (Chuquisaca, Potos , Tarija), Chile.

Chinchircoma blanco (Katinas, 1996: 27).

*Mutisia hastata Cav., Icon. 5: 64, t. 494 (1799). Listed by Foster (1958: 214), based on Rusbys determination of Bang 881. This specimen was, a year later, used by Hieronymus (1894) as the type of Mutisia cochabambensis, q.v., although Rusby (1895) later used the same specimen as the type of his Mutisia camptosorifolia.

Mutisia hirsuta Meyen, Reise um die Erde 1: 451 (1834) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav. var. hirsuta (Meyen) Cabrera

*Mutisia homoeantha Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 21 (1855). Type: Hab. Bolivie: bord des prcipices, dans les montagnes du sud du d partement de Chuquisaca!, une lvation denviron 3500 m tres (Wedd.). Holotype: P. Note: Cabrera (1965: 137) cited the holotype as Weddell 4075.

Argentina, Bolivia (Chuquisaca).

*Mutisia iserni Phil., Anales Univ. Chile 85: 823 (1894) = Mutisia cochabambensis Hieron.

Mutisia kurtzii R. E. Fr., Nova Acta Regiae Soc. Sci. Upsal., ser. 4, 1(1): 94 (1905). Type: [Argentina:] Prov. Jujuy: Tilcara, Quebrada de Juelle, in glareosis (21 Febr. 1901; Kurtz 11732). Holotype: S. Note: Cabrera (1965: 101) cited the holotype as F. Claren 11732, with the holotype in S and an isotype in BAF.

var. kurtzii

Argentina, Bolivia (?).

Cabrera (1965: 101) suggested that this species might also occur in southern Bolivia, as might the var. anomala which occurs throughout the same range as the type variety. Both varieties will have to be looked out for.

var. anomala (Lillo) Cabrera, Opera Lilloana 13: 103 (1965).

Mutisia anomala Lillo, [Resea fitogeogr fica de la Prov. de Tucumn.] Actas Prim. Reuni n Nac. Soc. Argent. Ci. Nat., Tucumn 1916: 230 (1919). Type: [Argentina: ?Tucum n] Es un arbusto de hasta 2 metros, comn en la regi n de la Puna. [Lectotype (selected by Descole et al., 1939: 61): [Argentina:] Tucumn. Dep. Trancas: Cumbres Calchaqu es: Lara, alt. 4000 m, Baer, II-1903, LIL.] Note: Cabrera (1934: 158), after providing the relevant extract of Lillos text, noted Nomen seminudum but without any other comments. Lillo provided minimal distinction from Mutisia kurtzii and a note on the locality only. Cabreras Latin description (Cabrera, 1934: 158) is more than ample to distinguish the taxon, although no type was, but several specimens were, cited.

var. anomala (Lillo) Cabrera, Revista Invest. Agrc. 11(4): 409 (1958). This new combination (Cabrera, 1958: 409) was not published with full and direct reference to its basionym; it is therefore invalid following ICBN 2006 - Art. 33.4.

Argentina, Bolivia (?).

Note: Descole et al. (1939) have provided a commentary on several of Lillos new taxa that appeared in the Y.'Resena ... as well as lectotypifying the names they treated, and citing other material in LIL corresponding to the species. Most of Lillos taxa are also illustrated (in Descole et al., 1939) with a half-tone plate of the corresponding lectotype, some also accompanied by black and white illustrations of dissections.

Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav., Syst. Veg. Fl. Peruv. Chil. 1: 192 (1798). Type: Habitat in Peruviae nemoribus prope Mua vicum in Pozuz via. Floret Julio ad Septembrem. Holotype: MA (B4 on microfiche sheet 294 of the Ruiz & Pavon herbarium); probable isotype: MA (B2 on microfiche sheet 294 of the Ruiz & Pavn herbarium) but unannotated, other than an MA name label. B3 is similarly identified as M. lanata but is most probably not original material as the bottom of the label is marked Ex Herb. Fl. Peru/anno 1828.

Mutisia bipontini Mandon ex Sch.Bip., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 79 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 527 (Feb. 1866), nom. nud. (based on Mandon 6).

Mutisia bipontina Mandon ex Rusby, Mem. Torrey Bot. Club 6(1): 68 (1896). Types: [Bolivia:] '''Espirito Santo, 1891 ([Bang] 1253) = Mandons no. 6 and Rusbys 1549. Lectotype (Cabrera, 1965: 36 of M. bipontini Mandon): Mandon 6 NY; isolectotypes: GH, F, S, P. Isosyntype (Bang 1253): US.

*Mutisia bipontina Mandon ex Weberb. in Engl. & Drude, Veget. Erde 12: 237 (1911), nom. nud.

Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav. var. bipontini (Mandon ex Sch.Bip.) Beauv. ex Herzog in Engl. & Drude, Veget. Erde 15: 195 (1923), comb. illegit.

Bolivia (Chuquisaca, Cochabamba, La Paz, Santa Cruz, Tarija), Peru.

Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav. var. bipontini (Mandon ex Sch.Bip.) Beauv. ex Herzog in Engl. & Drude, Veget. Erde 15: 195 (1923), comb. illegit. = Mutisia lanata Ruiz & Pav.

*Mutisia lanigera Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 16 (1855). Type: Hab. Bolivie: province de Carangas! (dOrbigny, no 1341). Holotype: P.

Bolivia (La Paz), Chile, Peru.

*Mutisia ledifolia Decne. ex Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 20 (1855). Types: Hab. Bolivie: sommet de la Cuesta de Lagunillas!, dpartement de Potosi (dOrbigny, no 1272): punas du d partement de Chuquisaca, h. 2000 3500 m tres (Wedd., nos 2971 et 4703). Syntypes: P. Lectotype (selected by Cabrera, 1965: 134): DOrbigny 1272, P; Cabrera also cited a clastotype, GH.

*Mutisia ledifolia Decne. ex Wedd. f. glabrata Cuatrec., Anales Univ. Madrid 4(2) (Pl. Isernianae 1): 236 (1935). Type: Bolivia: Tiaguanaco, 14-VII-1863 ([Isern] nm. 474). Holotype: MA.

*Mutisia ledifolia Decne. ex Wedd. f. longifolia J. Koster, Blumea 5(3): 673 (1945). Type: Hab.: an felsigen Abh ngen langs des Rio Cuchupunata, kleiner Strauch, Strahl-blten oben weiss, 2900 m alt., April 1911, [Herzog] n. 2019. Holotype: L; isotype: LP.

forma ledifolia

Argentina, Bolivia (Chuquisaca, Cochabamba, La Paz, Oruro, Potos , Santa Cruz), Peru.

Chinchircoma blanco (Katinas, 1996: 29).

*Mutisia ledifolia Decn. ex Wedd. f. glabrata Cuatrec., Anales Univ. Madrid 4(2) (Pl. Isernianae 1): 236 (1935) = Mutisia ledifolia Decne. ex Wedd. f. ledifolia

*Mutisia ledifolia Decne. ex Wedd. f. longifolia J. Koster, Blumea 5(3): 673 (1945) = Mutisia ledifolia Decne. ex Wedd. f. ledifolia

Mutisia mandoniana Wedd. ex Sch.Bip., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 79 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 527 (Feb. 1866) nom. nud. (based on Mandon 8) = Mutisia mandoniana Wedd. ex Cabrera

Mutisia mandoniana Wedd. ex Cabrera, Opera Lilloana 13: 163 (1965). Type: Bolivia. Prov. de Larecaja: inter Sorata et Lacatia, leg. G. Mandon 8. Holotype: NY; isotypes F, P, S.

Mutisia mandoniana Wedd. ex Sch.Bip., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 79 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 527 (Feb. 1866), nom. nud. (based on Mandon 8).

Bolivia (La Paz).

Mutisia microphylla Phil., Anales Mus. Nac. Chile, Bot. 8: 30 (1891), non Willd. = Mutisia hamata Reiche

Mutisia neriifolia Decne. ex Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 22 (1855), nom. nud. pro syn. = Mutisia orbignyana Wedd.

*Mutisia orbignyana Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 22 (1855). Types: Hab. Bolivie: environs de La Paz!, h. 3800 ? mtres (dOrbigny); Bartolo!, dans le d partement de Potosi, h. 3350 mtres (dOrbigny, no 1387).'' Syntypes: P. Lectotype (selected by Cabrera, 1965: 107): DOrbigny 1387, P.

Mutisia cneorifolia Decne. ex Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 22 (1855), nom. nud. pro syn.

Mutisia neriifolia Decne. ex Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 22 (1855), nom. nud. pro syn.

Argentina, Bolivia (La Paz, Oruro, Potos, Sucre, Tarija), Peru.

Mutisia peduncularis Cav., Ic. Pl. 5: 62 (1799) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav.

Mutisia petiolulata Decne. ex Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 15 (1855) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav. var. candolleana (Gardner) Cabrera

Mutisia philippii R. E. Fr., Nova Act. Reg. Soc. Sci. Upsal., ser. 4, 1(1): 92 (1905) = Mutisia hamata Reiche

Mutisia sagittifolia S. F. Blake, Bot. Gaz. 74: 428 (1922) = Mutisia andersonii Sodiro ex Hieron.

*? Mutisia subulata Ruiz & Pav., Syst. Veg. Fl. Peruv. Chil.: 193 (1798). Listed by Foster (1958: 214) but Cabrera (1965: 121124) listed the species for Argentina and Chile only. It is unclear on which reference/species it is based.

*Mutisia vicia J. Koster, Blumea 5(3): 670 (1945). Type: -'Hab.: in Gebsch sonniger Abh nge bei Comarapa, rankend, 2300 m alt., April 1911, Bl. ziegelrot, [Herzog] n. 1974. Holotype: L; isotype: S.

var. vicia

Bolivia (Cochabamba, Santa Cruz).

var. glabra Cabrera, Opera Lilloana 13: 66 (1965). Type: Bolivia. Dep. Cochabamba: Pocona, 2500 m s. m., leg. J. Steinbach 8705. Holotype: GH; isotypes: F, MO, NY, U, S. Note: Freire & Iharlegui (2000: 327) mistakenly cited the holotype as being at UC.

Bolivia (Cochabamba).

*Mutisia viciifolia Cav., Ic. Pl. 5: 62 (1799) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav.

*Mutisia viciifolia Cav. var. b candollenaa (Gardner) Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 15 (1855) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav. var. candolleana (Gardner) Cabrera

Mutisia viciifolia Cav. var. a genuina Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 15 (1855) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav.

*Mutisia viciifolia Cav. var. g hirsuta (Meyen) Wedd., Chloris Andina 1: 15 (1855) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav. var. hirsuta (Meyen) Cabrera

*Mutisia viciifolia Ruiz & Pav. var. intermedia Cuatrec., ANales Univ. Madrid 4(2): 237 (1935) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav. var. candolleana (Gardner) Cabrera

Mutisia viciifolia Ruiz & Pav. var. paucijuga Griseb., Symb. Arg. : 211 (1879) = Mutisia acuminata Ruiz & Pav. var. paucijuga (Griseb.) Cabrera