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Caloglossa leprieurii (Montagne) G. Martens

Delesseria leprieurii Montagne, 1840: 196–197, pl. 5: fig. 1 (type locality: near Cayenne, French Guiana).—Dickie, 1874b: 193 (in part; see also Caloglossa triclada).

Hypoglossum leprieurii (Montagne) Kützing, 1849: 875.—G. Martens, 1870c: 259.— Zeller, 1873: 193.— Theobald, 1883: 28.

Caloglossa leprieurii (Montagne) G. Martens, 1869a: 234, 237.—J. Agardh, 1876: 499–500.— G. Murray, 1887: 27.— De Toni & Levi, 1888: 41.— C. Wright, 1889: 22.— Barton, 1896: 197.— De Toni, 1900: 729.— Prain, 1905: 331.— Weber-van Bosse, 1923: 390.— Biswas, 1926: 33–34, pl. X: fig. 24.— Børgesen, 1933b: 127.— Børgesen, 1935: 59.— Post, 1936: 47, 51–53 (including "forma typica'').— Børgesen, 1937b: 342.— Børgesen, 1938c: 267.— Post, 1938a: 211–213.— Post, 1939b: 32.— S. Dixit, 1940a: 98.— S. Dixit, 1941: 127.— P. Anand, 1943b: 41, figs. 29A,B.— Biswas, 1943: 112.— Biswas, 1949a: 104.— Post, 1955b: 213–214.— Zaneveld, 1956: 28.— Post, 1957a: 103.— Post, 1957b: 105–114, figs. 3f,g.— Bal & Bhatt, 1959: 327.— Post, 1959: 500–501.— Zaneveld, 1959: 109.— Durairatnam, 1961a: 68.— Papenfuss, 1961: 8–31, figs. 1–30.— Post, 1963a: 94.— Post, 1964: 588, 591, 593, 596, 597, figs. 2–4, table II.— Salim, 1965: 197.— S. Dixit, 1966: 19.— Post, 1966: 142–144.— C.S.P. Rao, 1966: 12.— Post, 1967a: 271–272.— C.S.P. Rao, 1967a: 211–213, pl. III: figs. 1–6.— Post, 1968a: 92, 93, 104, 110, 113, figs. 5, 10a, table II (including "forma typica'').— Post, 1968b: 275 ff.— V. Krishnamurthy & H. Joshi, 1970: 24.— Millard & Broekhuysen, 1970: 297.— Sreenivasa Rao & Kale, 1970: 80.— Jaasund, 1976: 117, fig. 238.— Jaasund, 1977b: 408.— Chauhan, 1978: table 4.— Chauhan & Mairh, 1978: 35.— Knutzen & Jaasund, 1979: 3.— Dhargalkar, Jagtap, & Untawale, 1980: table 2.— Jagtap & Untawale, 1980: 17–23, fig. 2, table 1.— Lawson, 1980: 35.— Seagrief, 1980: 27, fig. on pl. 10.— Untawale, Agadi, & Dhargalkar, 1980: 179.— Day, 1981: 96.— Nair, Sobha, & Arunachalam, 1982: 267 (table 1).— Untawale, Dhargalkar, & Agadi, 1983: [35].— Agadi, 1985: 39.— Sobha & Nair, 1985: 23.— Nair et al., 1986: 738.— Bolton & Stegenga, 1987: 171.— Chennubhotla, Kaliaperumal, & Kalimuthu, 1987a: 108–109.— Lambert, Steinke, & Naidoo, 1987: 354, 356, fig. 3G.— Oyieke & Ruwa, 1987: 82, 84, 92.— Mann & Steinke, 1988: 203–207, figs. 1–6.— Seagrief, 1988: 64, fig. 5:14.— Coppejans & Gallin, 1989: 52, tables 4, 7.— Pant & Untawale, 1989: table 4.— Kendrick, Huisman, & Walker, 1990: 48, 51.— V. Krishnamurthy & Varadarajan, 1990a: 101–103, figs. 1–7.— Steinke & Naidoo, 1990: 229, 230, 231.— King, Puttock, & Booth, 1991: 3.— G. Rao & Umamaheswara Rao, 1991: 154–158, figs. 2, 3.— S. Balakrishnan, Ravichandran, & Kaliaperumal, 1992: 65.— Kalugina-Gutnik, Perestenko, & Titlyanova, 1992: 20 (table 1).— Shameel & J. Tanaka, 1992: 52 (forma leprieurii).— J. Tanaka & Shameel, 1992: 82–84, figs. 17–26.— Titlyanova, Perestenko, & Kalugina-Gutnik, 1992: 44.— Coppejans & De Schryver, 1993: 381.— Farrell, Critchley, & Aken, 1993: 151.— Jagtap, 1993: table I.— Aikanathan & Sasekumar, 1994: 132, 134.— King & Puttock, 1994a: 112–115.— King & Puttock, 1994b: 184, 187.— A. Phillips et al., 1994: 571.— Kamiya, J. Tanaka, & Hara, 1995: 82, figs. 9, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18.— G. Rao, 1995: 209.

Taxonomic synonyms:

Hypoglossum vieillardii Kützing, 1863b: 19 (type locality: New Caledonia).—G. Martens, 1871b: 469.— Theobald, 1883: 28.— K. Srinivasan, 1961a: 229.— S. Dixit, 1970: 123.— V. Krishnamurthy & H. Joshi, 1970: 24.— Untawale, Dhargalkar, & Agadi, 1983: [36].

* Hypoglossum pygmaeum G. Martens, 1871a: 172 (type locality: salt lakes, Calcutta, India).—De Toni, 1900: 695.— Biswas, 1926: 34.— K. Srinivasan, 1965: 247.— V. Krishnamurthy & H. Joshi, 1970: 24.— Untawale, Dhargalkar, & Agadi, 1983: [35].

Membranoptera pygmaea (G. Martens) Kuntze, 1891: 904.

Delesseria pygmaea (G. Martens) Prain, 1905: 331.

Caloglossa leprieurii (Montagne) G. Martens forma pygmaea (G. Martens) Post, 1936: 49–50.—Post, 1939b: 32.— Post, 1964: fig. 2.— Post, 1967a: 272.— Wynne & Kraft, 1985: 18.

* Caloglossa adnata (Zanardini) De Toni forma divaricata Post, 1936: 46, 47–48 (lectotype locality: Kaladan River, Arakan, Burma fide King & Puttock, 1994a: 113).—Post, 1943: figs. 1B, 28.— Post, 1968a: 100, 102, 104, fig. 7, table II.— Post, 1968b: 273 ff.

* Caloglossa leprieurii (Montagne) G. Martens forma ceylonensis Post, 1936: 50 (type locality: Sri Lanka [Colombo fide King & Puttock, 1994a: 113, 114]).—Post, 1968a: fig. 5.

* Caloglossa leprieurii (Montagne) G. Martens var. subtilissima G. Martens, 1869a: 234, 237 (type locality: Calcutta, India).

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Note: The synonymy was proposed by King & Puttock (1994a: 112–115). In the index to their paper, however, Caloglossa adnata forma divaricata is inadvertently referred to C. beccarii.

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