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Praxelis Cass., Dict. Sci. Nat. 43: 261 (1826).

Ooclinium DC., Prodr. 5: 133 (1836). Lectoype (selected by King & Robinson, 1969: 338): Ooclinium grandiflorum DC. = Praxelis grandiflora (DC.) Sch.Bip.

Type: Praxelis villosa Cass. = Praxelis pauciflora (Kunth) R. M. King & H. Rob. = Praxelis diffusa (Rich.) J. Pruski

References

King, R. M. & H. Robinson. (1969). Studies in the CompositaeEupatorieae, XI. Typification of genera. Sida 3: 329342.

Veldkamp, J. F. (1999). Eupatorium catarium, a new name for Eupatorium clematideum Griseb., non Sch.Bip. (Compositae), a South American species naturalized and spreading in SE Asia and Queensland, Australia. Gardners Bull. Singapore 51: 119124.

Praxelis asperulacea (Baker) R. M. King & H. Rob., Phytologia 20(3): 194 (1970).

Eupatorium asperulaceum Baker in Mart., Fl. Bras. 6(2): 342 (1876). Types: Habitat in prov. do Alto Amazonas ad S. Carlos secus ripas fluminis Rio Negre: Spruce n. 3005; etiam in Guiana britannica ad sinum Cucuya: Appun n. 984. Syntypes:

Bolivia (Santa Cruz), Brazil.

Praxelis chiquitensis (B. L. Rob.) R. M. King & H. Rob., Phytologia 37: 458 (1977).

*Eupatorium chiquitense B. L. Rob., Contr. Gray Herb. 68: 11 (1923). Type: Bolivia: Dept. Santa Cruz: Prov. Chiquitos; on rocks of the Cerro Pesenema near Santiago de Chiquitos, alt. 800 m., May, 1907, Th. Herzog, no. 25 [An Felsen des Cerro Pesenerma bei Santiago de Chiquitos; 800 m]. Holotype: Z (000003344); isotype: GH (single leaf only).

Bolivia (Santa Cruz).

Praxelis clematidea R. M. King & H. Rob., Phytologia 20(3): 194 (1970). Note: This is regarded as nom. nov., rather than a combination as originally proposed. Types: see below for citation in Grisebach (1879).

Eupatorium urticifolium L.f., Suppl. Pl. : 354 (1781), nom. illegit. non Reichard (1780) (= Ageratina altissima (L.) R. M. King & H. Rob.) Type: Habitat in America meridionali. Mutis.

*Eupatorium clematideum Griseb., Abh. Knigl. Ges. Wiss. G ttingen 24(1): 172 (March-April 1879), Symb. Fl. Argent. 172 (1879), nom. illegit., non (Wall. ex DC.) Sch.Bip. (1866) (= Eupatorium reevesii Wall. ex DC.), nec Less. ex Baker (1876) (nom. nud. pro syn. = Mikania phaeoclados Mart. ex Baker). Types: [Argentina] C. pr. Cordoba. T.: forma involucri squamis exterioribus obtusoribus. (Paraguay: Bal[ansa] 936.). Syntypes: Balansa 936, Lorentz 81, Lorentz & Hieronymus 1119, GOET. Lectotype (according to GOET type database): Lorentz 81, GOET.

Eupatorium urticifolium L.f. var. nanum [as nana] Hieron., Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 22(45): 783 (1897). Type: Paraguay: im Sden des Landes an nicht genauer angegebenem Orte (O. Kuntze, Sept. 1892). Holotype: B.

Eupatorium urticifolium L.f. var. clematideum (Griseb.) Hieron. ex Kuntze, Revis. Gen. Pl. 3(3): 148 (1898).

Eupatorium catarium Veldk., Gardens Bull, Singapore 51: 121 (1999), as nom. nov. pro Eupatorium clematideum Griseb.

Argentina, Bolivia (Santa Cruz), Brazil, Paraguay. Australia, Hong Kong. Rapidly becoming a pantropical weed.

Note: Veldkamp (1999), at some length, noted that Grisebachs name was a later homonym of Schultz Bipontinus combination (Schultz Bipontinus 1866: 258) of a de Candolle name 樉 Mikania clematidea Wall. ex DC. (de Candolle, 1836: 191). Effectively, King & Robinson (1970: 194) had provided a new name for Grisebachs plant within Praxelis. Veldkamp also noted that the two varietal names were comb. incorr.

Praxelis conoclinanthia (Hieron.) R. M. King & H. Rob., 20: 194 (1970).

Eupatorium erythrolepis Sch.Bip., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 82 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 535 (Feb. 1866), nom. nud. (based on Mandon 261).

*Eupatorium conoclinanthium Hieron., Bot. Jahrb. Syst. 40(3): 388 (1908). Types: Bolivia: in parte australi reipublicae loco accuratis non indicato (K. Fiebrig n. 3514 et 3515); prope Pinos haud procul ab urbe Tarija, alt. s. m. 2200 m, locis lapidosis humidis apricis (K. Fiebrig n. 3152 et 3152a; 21. m. Martii 1904). Syntypes: B. Isosyntype: Fiebrig 3152, GOET, S. Isosyntypes: Fiebrig 3515, 3152 & 3152a, K; Fiebrig 3152, US (01157814).

?Argentina (see Cabrera & Freire, 1997: 27), Bolivia (Santa Cruz, Tarija).

Note: Eupatorium erythrolepis Sch.Bip., a nom. nud., is based on Madon 261. However, this name is equated with Lorentzianthus viscidus (Hook. & Arn.) R. M. King & H. Rob., although clearly the material is of a Praxelis.

Praxelis hecatantha Sch.Bip. ex Baker in Mart., Fl. Bras. 6(2): 343 (1876), nom. nud. pro syn. = Praxelis kleinioides (Kunth) Sch.Bip.

Praxelis kleinioides (Kunth) Sch.Bip., Jahresb. Pollichia 22/24: 254 (1866).

*Eupatorium kleinioides Kunth in Humb., Bonpl. & Kunth, Nov. Gen. Sp. Pl. 4 (ed. folio) : 94 (1818). Type: Crescit in aridis montium Cocollar et Tumiriquiri, alt. 600 hex. (Nova Andalusia.) 0 Floret Septembri. [Humboldt & Bonpland n. 271. Cocollar] Holotype: P-Bonpl.

Ooclinium paucidentatum DC., Prodr. 5: 134 (1836). Type/s: K in Peruvi legit olim cl. Haenke ex ill. de Banza (sed in herb. Haenk. non reperire quivi). ... (v.s. in h. Acad. reg. Monac.). Holotype: M; isotype: G-DC (evidently one shoot from the material in M).

Ooclinium pedunculare DC., Prodr. 5: 134 (1836). Type/s: ⒑L in Brasiliae prov. Minarum generalium ad Sabara legit cl. Vauthier [133] et hab. etiam in prov. Sancti-Pauli (h. Mus. Paris.!) ... (v.s.). Syntype: Vauthier 133, G-DC.

Campuloclinium kleinioides (Kunth) DC., Prodr. 5: 137 (1836).

Eupatorium kleinioides Kunth var. b hecatantha Baker in Mart., Fl. Bras. 6(2): 343 (1876). Type: In Brasilia meridionali: Sello.

Praxelis hecatantha Sch.Bip. ex Baker in Mart., Fl. Bras. 6(2): 343 (1876), nom. nud. pro syn.

Bolivia (?), Brazil, Colombia, Peru Venezuela.

Cabrera & Freire (1997: 31) listed several synonyms under P. kleinioides based on Eupatorium kleinioides var. subglabratum Hieron. King & Robinson (1987) suggested this might be an unsepecified Chromolaena sp.