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Mimosa pennata L., Sp. Pl. 1: 522 (1753)
Name Status. Non-Current Name
Name Type. Basionym Source. Maslin (2012: 466)
Accepted Name. Senegalia pennata (L.) Maslin
Notes. Jarvis (2007: 676) notes: Brenan & Exell (1957: 101) treated Hermann material from Ceylon (BM) as the type, but did not distinguish between the specimens in vol. 3: 7 and vol. 4: 37. However, as this material appears to be part of a single gathering, Brenan & Exell are accepted as having typified the name (Art. 9.15), with their original choice restricted to the material in vol. 3 by Nielsen (1981: 66) [who inadvertently treated Herb. Herman 3: 7, no. 216 as holotype, not lectotype]. Ross (1980: 108, f. 17) reproduces the Burman plate cited by Linnaeus in the protologue.
Acacia pennata (L.) Willd. (1806) [Homotypic synonym]
Acacia pennata var. pennata (1842) [Autonym]
Acacia pinnata Dalzell & A.Gibson (1861) [Orthographic variant]
Type Citation. No type cited but provenance given as "Habitat in Zeylona."
Type Designation. Lectotype (designated by Brenan & Exell 1957: 101; second step by Nielsen 1981: 66): Ceylon, P. Herman 216 (BM) Herb. Hermann 3: 7, No. 216 (BM [barcode 000621813 and 000621815]).. Source. Nielsen (1981: 66); Jarvis (2007: 676).