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Siegesbeckia L., Sp. Pl. : 900 (1753).

Schkuhria Moench, Meth. : 566 (1794), nom. rej. non Schkuhria Roth. Type: Schkuhria dichotoma Moench, nom. illeg. = Siegesbeckia flosculosa LHr.

Limnogenneton Sch.Bip. ex Walp., Repert. 6: 146 (1846). Type: Limnogenneton abyssinicum Sch.Bip. ex Walp. = Siegesbeckia abyssinicum (Sch.Bip.) Oliv. & Hiern

Minyranthes Turcz., Bull. Soc. Imp. Naturalistes Moscou 24(1): 181 (1851). Type: Minyranthes heterophylla Turcz. = Siegesbeckia orientalis L.

Zandera D. L. Schulz, Haussknechtia 4: 32 (1988). Type: Trigonospermum blakei McVaugh & Lask. = Siegesbeckia blakei (McVaugh & Lask.) B. L. Turner

Lectotype (selected by Steudel, Nomencl. 1: 177, 1821): Siegesbeckia orientalis L.

References

Humbles, J. E. (1972). Observations on the genus Sigesbeckia L. Ciencia y Naturaleza 13(1/2): 219.

Robinson, H. (2006). Sigesbeckia. In: G. Harling & L. Andersson (eds), Flora of Ecuador, No. 77(1): 190(6). Compositae-Heliantheae, Part 1: Introduction, genera M--Z. Botanical Institute, Gteborg University, G teborg & Section for Botany, Riksmuseum, Stockholm. pp. 96103.

Schulz, D. L. (1987). Beitrag zur Sippengliederung der Gattung Sigesbeckia L. (Asteraceae-Heliantheae-Melampodiinae) in Sd-amerika. Haussknechtia 3: 5764.

Schulz, D. L. (1988). Beitrag zur Sippengliederung der Gattung Sigesbeckia L. (Asteraceae Heliantheae Melampodiinae) in Mexiko und auf den Karibischen Inseln. Haussknechtia 4: 2535.

Siegesbeckia agrestis Poepp., Nov. Gen. Sp. Pl. 3: 45, tab. 256 (1843). T'Crescit in cultis Peruviae circum Cuchero. Februario florebat.

Robinson (2006: 98) suggested that this species occurs from Mexico south to Chile presumably occurring in Bolivia!

Bolivia (?), Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Mexico.

Siegesbeckia bogotensis D. L. Schulz, Haussknechtia 3: 59 (1987) = Siegesbeckia jorullensis Kunth

Siegesbeckia cordifolia Kunth in Humb., Bonpl. & Kunth, Nov. Gen. Sp. Pl. 4 (ed. folio): 222 (1818) = Siegesbeckia jorullensis Kunth

Siegesbeckia droseroides Sweet, Hort. Brit. : 235 (Aug. 1826), nom. nud. = Siegesbeckia jorullensis Kunth

Siegesbeckia droseroides Sweet, Brit. Fl. Gard., ser. 1, 3: t. 203 (May 1827) = Siegesbeckia jorullensis Kunth

*Siegesbeckia flosculosa LHrit., Stirp. Nov. : 37, t. 19 (1786). Note: Foster (1958: 218) cited this species for Bolivia, although it is not immediately clear on what collection/s, or reference, this is based. Humbles (1972) and Robinson (2006) only recorded the species for Ecuador and Peru.

Siegesbeckia jorullensis Kunth in Humb., Bonpl. & Kunth, Nov. Gen. Sp. Pl. 4 (ed. folio): 223 (1818). Type: Crescit in monte ignivomo Mexicano, Volcan de Jorullo, alt. 530 hex. 0 Floret Septembri.'' Holotype: P-Bonpl.

Sigesbeckia cordifolia Kunth in Humb., Bonpl. & Kunth, Nov. Gen. Sp. Pl. 4 (ed. folio): 222 (1818). Type: Crescit in alta planitie Bogotensi, prope urbem Sanct Fidei, alt. 1370 hex. 0 Floret Julio. Holotype: P-Bonpl.

Siegesbeckia droseroides Sweet, Hort. Brit. : 235 (Aug. 1826), nom. nud. Note: Sweet''s listing is tabular in form and considered invalid in the current Vienna Code (McNeill et al., 2006), which cited Hortus Brittanicus ed. 3 as an example. However, the entry here refers to the British Flower Garden plate by Sweet, as the plate refers to Hortus Britannicus, suggesting that Sweet was writing them both at the same time, except one was published a while later.

Siegesbeckia droseroides Sweet, Brit. Fl. Gard., ser. 1, 3: t. 203 (May 1827). Type: The present plant is native of Mexico, ...; many plants of it were raised at the Nursery of Mr. Colville, in 1825, from seeds given him by Mrs. Manners Sutton, Lady of the Archbishop of Canterbury, who received them from Mexico; from one of those our drawing was made the following Autumn, when several of them flowered. Holotype: unknown but probably CGE? or MV? where the types for cultivated material can be found.

Sigesbeckia melanolepis Sch.Bip., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 81 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 534 (186566). Type: [Mandon] 231 p.p. Holotype: P; isotypes: F, GH, NY, S, W.

Sigesbeckia bogotensis D.L.Schulz, Haussknechtia 3: 59 (1987). Type: Kolumbien: Cundinamarca, Bogot, H nge unterhalb des Klosters Monserrate, auf steinigem Boden am Wegrand, 2500 m NN, 24.6.1985, G.K. MLLER, G. KREBS 11761'. Holotype: LZ; isotype: LZ.

Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico.

Robinson (2006: 102) noted that his treatment was interpreted more broadly that in Schulzs (1987) treatment by sinking S. bogotensis and S. cordifolia into S. jorullensis, a slightly expanded concept adopted by

Siegesbeckia mandonii Sch.Bip., Bull. Bot. Soc. France 12: 81 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 534 (Feb. 1866), nom. nud. (based on Mandon 232) = Sigesbeckia serrata DC.

Siegesbeckia melanolepis Sch.Bip., Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 81 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 534 (186566) = Siegesbeckia jorullensis Kunth

*Siegesbeckia orientalis L., Sp. Pl. : 900 (1753). Type: Habitat in China, Media ad pagos. 0. Lectotype (selected by Stearn, Intr. Linnaeus Sp. Pl. (Ray Soc. ed.): 47, 1957): [icon] Sigesbeckia in Linnaeus, Hort. Cliff.: 412, t. 23 (1738).

Note: Foster (1958: 218) cited this species for Bolivia based on Bang 466 cited in Rusby (1893: 58). Humbles (1972) stated that the species was only known definately from Brazil in South America, but widespread elsewhere. The species is not reported by Robinson (2006) as occurring in Ecuador and, by inference, probably not Bolivia: it may well be referable to S. jorullensis or S. serrata). If Siegesbeckia orientalis is present the synonymy will clearly need expanding.

Siegesbeckia portoricensis Bertero ex DC., Prodr., 5: 546 (1836), nom. nud. pro syn. = Eleuthernathera ruderalis (Sw.) Sch.Bip.

Siegesbeckia serrata DC., Prodr. 5: 496 (1836). Types: in Chili legit cl. Chamisso et in Americ austr. cl. Poeppig. S. cordifolia Poepp.! diar. 463. herb. n. 55 ... (v.s.). Syntypes: G-DC.

Siegesbeckia mandonii Sch.Bip., Bull. Bot. Soc. France 12: 81 (1865); Linnaea 34(5): 534 (Feb. 1866), nom. nud. (based on Mandon 232) [Strangely, Robinson (2006: 102) cited a type for this name '- which, of course, cant have one!]

Siegesbeckia jorullensis sensu Cabrera, Fl. Prov. Jujuy 10: 347 (1978), non Kunth.

Argentina, Bolivia (Cochabamba, La Paz), Chile, Ecuador, Peru.

Silphium trilobatum L., Syst. Nat., ed. 10, 2: 1233 (1759) = Sphagneticola trilobata (L.) Pruski

Simblocline haenkei DC., Prodr. 5: 297 (1836) = Diplostephium haenkei (DC.) Wedd.