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Revision 1 involves treatments that have been substantively changed since the publication of the second edition of The Jepson Manual (2012). A summary of the changes incorporated in the eFlora and in the PDF version of the supplement to the print book is presented below.
Brief Summary of Changes in Revision 1
Sphaeropteris cooperi added to flora as naturalized, requiring treatment of Cyatheaceae as well as its placement in Family Key, Group 3.
Arida changed to Leucosyris, which has nomenclatural priority; Arida changed to Leucosyris in keys to genera of Asteraceae: in key to genera of Asteraceae, Group 6, A. carnosa changed to L. carnosa at key lead 15 and the leads reversed for alphabetical order (p. 217 in TJM2); in key to genera of Asteraceae, Group 14, A. arizonica changed to L. arida at key lead 26, and the leads reversed for alphabetical order (p. 227 in TJM2). Note under Machaeranthera changed to: Other taxa in TJM (1993) moved to Arida in TJM2 (2012); taxa included in Arida in TJM2 (2012) moved to Leucosyris. Arida names included in illustrations on page 247 in TJM2 to be changed to follow revised taxonomy.
Gamochaeta: one species newly naturalized in California, G. argyrinea, added to treatment, with incorporation of that species into key to species of Gamochaeta.
Asclepias linaria deleted (previous inclusion based on faulty locality data), with removal from key to members of Asclepias as well.
Segregation of Phacelia dalesiana to Howellanthus dalesianus; thorough revision of remainder of Phacelia including some taxonomic changes.
Thysanocarpus curvipes divided into five subspecies. Varieties of Thysanocarpus laciniatus elevated to species.
Atriplex: Three taxa moved to new genera Extriplex and Stutzia, the rest retained in Atriplex, with incorporation of new genera into key to genera of Chenopodiaceae.
All members of Helianthemum transferred to Crocanthemum, with change from Helianthemum to Crocanthemum in key to genera of Cistaceae. Helianthemum scoparium split into four terminal taxa.
Chamaesyce transferred to Euphorbia, with unification under the latter in key to genera of Euphorbiaceae, and incorporation into one key of taxa treated in keys to members of Chamaesyce and Euphorbia in TJM2, into one key; the revision for Supplement I also includes addition of a species new to science, E. jaegeri, as well as partial treatment of taxa shown to occur as waifs in the state, E. myrsinites and E. rigida, which previously had not been included at all on the grounds that they were garden weeds that had not escaped cultivation.
Hyptis emoryi becomes Condea emoryi, leaving no Hyptis in California.
New taxa described in Navarretia; Navarretia sinistra and N. intertexta recircumscribed.
Dodecatheontransferred to Primula, expanding the latter in California from one to twelve taxa.
Phoradendron: ruling by nomenclature committee resulted in change from P. serotinum and subspp. to P. leucarpum and subspp., with corresponding changes in key to members of Phoradendron.
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Revision 2Revision 2 involves treatments that have changed taxonomically (taxa added, deleted, transferred to other genera, or re-circumscribed) since the publication of the second edition of The Jepson Manual (2012). A summary of the changes incorporated in the eFlora and in the PDF version of the second supplement to the print book is presented below.
Brief Summary of Changes in Revision 2
All CA members of Cheilanthes transferred to Myriopteris
Viburnum opulus added, as naturalized, replacing Viburnum edule
Viburnum rigidum added, as naturalized
Dittrichia viscosa added, as naturalized
Lagophylla diabolensis newly described, added, as native
Pallenis maritima added, as naturalized
Volutaria canariensis added, as naturalized
Hydrophyllum capitatum var. alpinum changed to Hydrophyllum alpestre
Wigandia urens added, as naturalized
Cylindropuntia acanthocarpa var. acanthocarpa becomes the accepted name for Cylindropuntia acanthocarpa var. coloradensis, with the latter as a synonym
Cylindropuntia chuckwallensis newly described, added, as native
Cylindropuntia ×fosbergii changed to Cylindropuntia fosbergii
Pyrola aphylla added, as native
Pyrola crypta newly described, added, as native
Pyrola dentata added, as native
Quercus robur added, as waif
Calandrinia ciliata replaced by Calandrinia menziesii added, as native
Calyptridium parryi A. Gray var. arizonicum changed to Calyptridium arizonicum, as native
Anagallis arvensis changed to Lysimachia arvensis, as naturalized
Anagallis minima changed to Lysimachia minima, as native
Anagallis monelli changed to Lysimachia monelli, as waif
Anagallis transferred to Lysimachia, leaving no Anagallis in California
Glaux maritima changed to Lysimachia maritima, as native
Glaux transferred to Lysimachia, leaving no Glaux in California
Trientalis europaea changed to Lysimachia europaea, as native
Trientalis latifolia changed to Lysimachia latifolia, as native
Trientalis transferred to Lysimachia, leaving no Trientalis in California
Polemonium eddyense newly described, added, as native
Polemonium occidentale subsp. occidentale no longer recognized, treated as synonym of Polemonium occidentale
Polemonium pulcherrimum var. shastense recognized, added, as native
Chorizanthe minutiflora newly described, added, as native
Rosa woodsii var. glabrata added, as native and belonging to Rosa woodsii subsp. gratissima
Rosa woodsii var. gratissima added, as native and belonging to Rosa woodsii subsp. gratissima
Calliscirpus brachythrix newly described, added, as native
Eriophorum crinigerum transferred to Calliscirpus, as Calliscirpus criniger, as native
Agrostis lacuna-vernalis newly described, added, as native
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Revision 3Revision 3 involves treatments that have changed taxonomically (taxa added or deleted) since the publication of the second edition of The Jepson Manual (2012). A summary of the changes incorporated in the eFlora and in the PDF version of the third supplement to the print book is presented below.
Brief Summary of Changes in Revision 3
Eriastrum ertterae newly described, added, as native
Eriastrum rosamondense newly described, added, as native
Linanthus bernardinus newly described, added, as native
Carex cyrtostachya newly described, added, as native
Carex orestera newly described, added, as native, replacing Carex albonigra
Carex xerophila newly described, added, as native
Plants called Carex albonigra in TJM2 are Carex orestera; Carex albonigra is not in California
Juncus bulbosus added, as naturalized
Juncus dichotomus added, as naturalized
Juncus elliottii added, as naturalized
Juncus trilocularis newly described, added, as native, replacing Juncus brachyphyllus
Plants called Juncus brachyphyllus in TJM2; are Juncus trilocularis; Juncus brachyphyllus is not in California
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Revision 4Revision 4 involves treatments that have changed taxonomically (taxa added or deleted) since the publication of the second edition of The Jepson Manual (2012). A summary of the changes incorporated in the eFlora is presented below.
Brief Summary of Changes in Revision 4
Athyrium transferred to Athyriaceae from Woodsiaceae
Blechnum spicant transferred to Struthiopteris, as Struthiopteris spicant, leaving no Blechnum in California
Cystopteris transferred to Cystopteridaceae from Woodsiaceae
Adiantum shastense newly described, added, as native
Pentagramma glanduloviscida newly described, added, as native
Pentagramma maxonii, elevated to species rank from Pentagramma triangularis subsp. maxonii
Pentagramma rebmanii, elevated to species rank from Pentagramma triangularis subsp. rebmanii (which was mentioned in a note under Pentagramma triangularis subsp. triangularis in TJM2)
Pentagramma viscosa, elevated to species rank from Pentagramma triangularis subsp. viscosa.
Bahia neomexicana transferred to Picradeniopsis, changed to Picradeniopsis multiflora, leaving no Bahia in California
Amauriopsis dissecta transferred to Hymenothrix, changed to Hymenothrix dissecta, leaving no Amauriopsis in California
Eriodictyon sessilifolium new to California, added, as native
Ceanothus decornutus newly described, added as native, a segregate of Ceanothus jepsonii
Plants called Ceanothus vestitus in TJM2 are Ceanothus pauciflorus; Ceanothus vestitus is a synonym of C. pauciflorus
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