Eugenia mendute Guillaumin in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 85: 638. 1939. Ξ Austromyrtus mendute (Guillaumin) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 15: 505. 1941. Lectotypus (here designated): New CaledoNia . Prov. îles- Loyauté: Lifou, VII.1869, Balansa 2083 ( P [ P 02428359]!; isolecto-: P [ P 00543864, P 00543865]!). Syntypi: New CaledoNia . Prov. îles-Loyauté: am Ostrand des Plateau, Ouvéa, 7.VIII.1925, Däniker 1969 (Bogen 2) ( Z [Z-000092725] image seen); an der Ostküste von Ouvéa, 22.IX.1925, Däniker 1969 (Bogen 1) ( Z [Z-000092724] image seen); Südküste von Muli, Ouvéa, 3.X.1925, Däniker 1969a ( Z [Z-000092727] image seen); am Cap Bernard auf Lifou, 2.XI.1925, Däniker 1969b ( Z [Z-000092726] image seen); Lifou, comm. 1861, Deplanche 7 ( P [ P 00543866, P 00696288]!). Notes. ‒ Five syntypes are cited in the protologue, three of which were collected by Albert Ulrich Däniker (1894-1957) that are deposited at Z . One if these collections, Däniker 1969 clearly represent two gatherings collected at different dates and localities and is here cited as two separate syntypes, making a total of five remaining syntypes. The designated lectotype [ P 02428359] has mature or nearly mature fruits, whereas the indicated isolectotypes at P are sterile [ P 00543864, P 00543865]. Eugenia ovigera Brongn . & Gris in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 179. 1865. Ξ Calycorectes ovigera (Brongn. & Gris) Guillaumin in Bull. Mus. Natn. Hist. Nat. 25: 503. 1919. Ξ Stereocaryum ovigerum (Brongn. & Gris) Burret in Notizbl . Bot . Gart . Mus . Berlin - Dahlem 15: 547. 1941. Lectotypus (here designated): New CaledoNia . Prov. Sud: Bord de la Rivière d’Unia, 1855-1860, Vieillard 473 ( P [ P 00402692]!; isolecto-: P [ P 00402773, P 00402774]!). Syntypus: New CaledoNia . Prov. Sud: île des Pins, 1861, Pancher s.n. (P [P 00402713]!) Notes. ‒ The two syntypes indicated in the protologue are represented by four sheets at P. Although the selected lectotype has only one mature fruit, it exhibits the floral and young fruiting morphology. Eugenia ovigera is one of several species in New Caledonia in which the calyx lobes split radially during anthesis towards and often beyond the staminal disc. Eugenia poimbailensis (Guillaumin) J. W. Dawson & N. Snow , comb. nova. Ξ Myrtus poimbailensis Guillaumin in Bull . Soc . Bot . France 85: 633. 1939. Ξ Austromyrtus poimbailensis (Guillaumin) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 15: 505. 1941. Typus: New CaledoNia . Prov. Nord: Wagap, bord des torrents à «Poimbeilla», 1861 - 1867, Vieillard 2605 (holo-: P [P00632556]!). Note. ‒ The 4-merous flowers, globular seeds, dibrachiate hairs on the emerging foliage, and the relatively new understanding that Myrtus L. is confined to Europe and North Africa ( Snow et al., 2003 ), support the transfer of this taxon into Eugenia ., Eugenia poimbailensis (Guillaumin) J. W. Dawson & N. Snow,

Neil Snow, John W. Dawson, Martin W. Callmander, Kanchi Gandhi & Jérôme Munzinge, 2016, New Species, New Combinations, and Lectotypifications in New Caledonian Eugenia L. (Myrtaceae), Candollea 71 (1), pp. 67-81: 78-79

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Eugenia mendute Guillaumin in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 85: 638. 1939. Ξ Austromyrtus mendute (Guillaumin) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 15: 505. 1941. Lectotypus (here designated): New CaledoNia . Prov. îles- Loyauté: Lifou, VII.1869, Balansa 2083 ( P [ P 02428359]!; isolecto-: P [ P 00543864, P 00543865]!). Syntypi: New CaledoNia . Prov. îles-Loyauté: am Ostrand des Plateau, Ouvéa, 7.VIII.1925, Däniker 1969 (Bogen 2) ( Z [Z-000092725] image seen); an der Ostküste von Ouvéa, 22.IX.1925, Däniker 1969 (Bogen 1) ( Z [Z-000092724] image seen); Südküste von Muli, Ouvéa, 3.X.1925, Däniker 1969a ( Z [Z-000092727] image seen); am Cap Bernard auf Lifou, 2.XI.1925, Däniker 1969b ( Z [Z-000092726] image seen); Lifou, comm. 1861, Deplanche 7 ( P [ P 00543866, P 00696288]!). Notes. ‒ Five syntypes are cited in the protologue, three of which were collected by Albert Ulrich Däniker (1894-1957) that are deposited at Z . One if these collections, Däniker 1969 clearly represent two gatherings collected at different dates and localities and is here cited as two separate syntypes, making a total of five remaining syntypes. The designated lectotype [ P 02428359] has mature or nearly mature fruits, whereas the indicated isolectotypes at P are sterile [ P 00543864, P 00543865]. Eugenia ovigera Brongn . & Gris in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 179. 1865. Ξ Calycorectes ovigera (Brongn. & Gris) Guillaumin in Bull. Mus. Natn. Hist. Nat. 25: 503. 1919. Ξ Stereocaryum ovigerum (Brongn. & Gris) Burret in Notizbl . Bot . Gart . Mus . Berlin - Dahlem 15: 547. 1941. Lectotypus (here designated): New CaledoNia . Prov. Sud: Bord de la Rivière d’Unia, 1855-1860, Vieillard 473 ( P [ P 00402692]!; isolecto-: P [ P 00402773, P 00402774]!). Syntypus: New CaledoNia . Prov. Sud: île des Pins, 1861, Pancher s.n. (P [P 00402713]!) Notes. ‒ The two syntypes indicated in the protologue are represented by four sheets at P. Although the selected lectotype has only one mature fruit, it exhibits the floral and young fruiting morphology. Eugenia ovigera is one of several species in New Caledonia in which the calyx lobes split radially during anthesis towards and often beyond the staminal disc. Eugenia poimbailensis (Guillaumin) J. W. Dawson & N. Snow , comb. nova. Ξ Myrtus poimbailensis Guillaumin in Bull . Soc . Bot . France 85: 633. 1939. Ξ Austromyrtus poimbailensis (Guillaumin) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 15: 505. 1941. Typus: New CaledoNia . Prov. Nord: Wagap, bord des torrents à «Poimbeilla», 1861 - 1867, Vieillard 2605 (holo-: P [P00632556]!). Note. ‒ The 4-merous flowers, globular seeds, dibrachiate hairs on the emerging foliage, and the relatively new understanding that Myrtus L. is confined to Europe and North Africa ( Snow et al., 2003 ), support the transfer of this taxon into Eugenia . Eugenia poimbailensis (Guillaumin) J. W. Dawson & N. Snow
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Eugenia mendute Guillaumin in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 85: 638. 1939. Ξ Austromyrtus mendute (Guillaumin) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 15: 505. 1941. Lectotypus (here designated): New CaledoNia. Prov. îles- Loyauté: Lifou, VII.1869, Balansa 2083 ( P [ P 02428359]!; isolecto-: P [ P 00543864, P 00543865]!). Syntypi: New CaledoNia. Prov. îles-Loyauté: am Ostrand des Plateau, Ouvéa, 7.VIII.1925, Däniker 1969 (Bogen 2) ( Z [Z-000092725] image seen); an der Ostküste von Ouvéa, 22.IX.1925, Däniker 1969 (Bogen 1) ( Z [Z-000092724] image seen); Südküste von Muli, Ouvéa, 3.X.1925, Däniker 1969a ( Z [Z-000092727] image seen); am Cap Bernard auf Lifou, 2.XI.1925, Däniker 1969b ( Z [Z-000092726] image seen); Lifou, comm. 1861, Deplanche 7 ( P [ P 00543866, P 00696288]!). Notes. ‒ Five syntypes are cited in the protologue, three of which were collected by Albert Ulrich Däniker (1894-1957) that are deposited at Z. One if these collections, Däniker 1969 clearly represent two gatherings collected at different dates and localities and is here cited as two separate syntypes, making a total of five remaining syntypes. The designated lectotype [ P 02428359] has mature or nearly mature fruits, whereas the indicated isolectotypes at P are sterile [ P 00543864, P 00543865]. Eugenia ovigera Brongn. & Gris in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12: 179. 1865. Ξ Calycorectes ovigera (Brongn. & Gris) Guillaumin in Bull. Mus. Natn. Hist. Nat. 25: 503. 1919. Ξ Stereocaryum ovigerum (Brongn. & Gris) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Mus. Berlin - Dahlem 15: 547. 1941. Lectotypus (here designated): New CaledoNia. Prov. Sud: Bord de la Rivière d’Unia, 1855-1860, Vieillard 473 ( P [ P 00402692]!; isolecto-: P [ P 00402773, P 00402774]!). Syntypus: New CaledoNia. Prov. Sud: île des Pins, 1861, Pancher s.n. (P [P 00402713]!) Notes. ‒ The two syntypes indicated in the protologue are represented by four sheets at P. Although the selected lectotype has only one mature fruit, it exhibits the floral and young fruiting morphology. Eugenia ovigera is one of several species in New Caledonia in which the calyx lobes split radially during anthesis towards and often beyond the staminal disc. Eugenia poimbailensis (Guillaumin) J. W. Dawson & N. Snow, comb. nova. Ξ Myrtus poimbailensis Guillaumin in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 85: 633. 1939. Ξ Austromyrtus poimbailensis (Guillaumin) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 15: 505. 1941. Typus: New CaledoNia. Prov. Nord: Wagap, bord des torrents à «Poimbeilla», 1861 - 1867, Vieillard 2605 (holo-: P [P00632556]!). Note. ‒ The 4-merous flowers, globular seeds, dibrachiate hairs on the emerging foliage, and the relatively new understanding that Myrtus L. is confined to Europe and North Africa ( Snow et al., 2003), support the transfer of this taxon into Eugenia. 

Eugenia ovigera Brongn. & Gris 

in Bull. Soc. Bot. France 12:

179. 1865.

Ξ Calycorectes ovigera (Brongn. & Gris) Guillaumin in 

Bull. Mus. Natn. Hist. Nat. 25: 503. 1919.

Ξ Stereocaryum ovigerum (Brongn. & Gris) Burret in Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Mus. Berlin  - Dahlem 15: 547. 1941. Lectotypus (here designated): New CaledoNia. Prov. Sud: Bord de la Rivière d’Unia, 1855-1860, Vieillard 473 ( P [ P 00402692]!; isolecto-: P [ P 00402773, P 00402774]!). Syntypus: New CaledoNia. Prov. Sud: île des Pins, 1861, Pancher s.n. (P [P 00402713]!)

Notes. ‒ The two syntypes indicated in the protologue are represented by four sheets at P. Although the selected lectotype has only one mature fruit, it exhibits the floral and young fruiting morphology.

Eugenia ovigera  is one of several species in New Caledonia in which the calyx lobes split radially during anthesis towards and often beyond the staminal disc.

Eugenia poimbailensis (Guillaumin) J. W. Dawson & N. Snow  ,

comb. nova.

Ξ Myrtus poimbailensis Guillaumin in Bull. Soc. Bot.  France 85: 633. 1939.

Ξ Austromyrtus poimbailensis (Guillaumin) Burret in  Notizbl. Bot. Gart. Berlin-Dahlem 15: 505. 1941.

Typus: New CaledoNia. Prov. Nord: Wagap, bord des torrents à «Poimbeilla», 1861 - 1867, Vieillard 2605 (holo-: P [P00632556]!).

Note. ‒ The 4-merous flowers, globular seeds, dibrachiate hairs on the emerging foliage, and the relatively new understanding that Myrtus  L. is confined to Europe and North Africa ( Snow et al., 2003), support the transfer of this taxon into Eugenia  .

P

Museum National d' Histoire Naturelle, Paris (MNHN) - Vascular Plants

Z

Universit�t Z�rich

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Tachinidae

Genus

Eugenia