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Abstract

(Davis) differs to such an extent from the type species of (Bergonzini), that it cannot be retained in this genus. Chemical, morphological and numerical phenetic data indicate a close relationship between and the species (Wolff, Breed). It is suggested that be reclassified in a redefined genus as (Davis) nom.rev.; comb.nov.

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