PROPOSALS, XVIII IBC (2011)

List of proposals to amend the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
submitted to the XVIII International Botanical Congress, Melbourne 2011.

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   •  conversion table
 

Directions

John McNeill, Nicholas J. Turland & S. Robbert Gradstein
    Procedures and timetable for proposals to amend the
       International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
Taxon 56:    270-271.  2007
[ John McNeill & Nicholas J. Turland ]
    Submission deadlines and change of dates
 
Taxon 59:    656-656.  2010

 
Proposals

Roy Mottram & Root Gorelick
    (001) Proposal to require prior deposition of types
 
Taxon 57:    314-314.  2008
Jacek Drobnik & Barbara Bacler
    (002–003) Proposals to recommend usage of
       the diaeresis mark on the letter e (ë) in Latin names
 
Taxon 57:    314-315.  2008
 
Yu-Min Shui & Jun Wen
    (004) Proposal to recommend citation
       of herbarium serial numbers of type specimens
 
Taxon 57:    315-315.  2008
 
Mithilesh K. Pathak & Subir Bandyopadhyay
    (005) Proposal to add a new Recommendation 37B
 
Taxon 57:    315-316.  2008
Gerry Moore & Catherine Rushworth
    (006–008) Proposals to amend the Code
       regarding orthographic conservation
 
Taxon 57:    316-317.  2008
 
Josef Niederle
    (009–011) Proposals to amend Art. 9 etc.
       to clarify the meaning of “protologue”
 
Taxon 57:    317-317.  2008
 
Tseng-Chieng Huang, Ming-Jou Wu & Shing-Fan Huang
    (012–013) Proposals to amend Article 53 *Ex. 9
 
Taxon 57:    318-318.  2008
Subir Bandyopadhyay & Mithilesh K. Pathak
    (014) Proposal to add a new paragraph
       to Recommendation 8A
 
Taxon 57:    318-319.  2008
 
Mithilesh K. Pathak & Subir Bandyopadhyay
    (015) Proposal to add a new paragraph
       to Recommendation 37A
 
Taxon 57:    319-319.  2008
 
David L. Hawksworth, Pedro W. Crous, José C. Dianese,
         Marieka Gryzenhout, Lorelei L. Norvell &
            Keith A. Seifert
    (016–020) Proposals to amend the Code to make clear
         that it covers the nomenclature of fungi,
            and to modify its governance with respect
               to names of organisms treated as fungi
 
 
 
Taxon 58:    658-659.  2009
 
 
 
Josef Niederle
    (021) Proposal to amend Art. 9.10 to fill a logical gap
 
Taxon 58:    660-660.  2009
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (022–027) Miscellaneous proposals,
       mostly related to the Glossary
 
Taxon 58:    660-661.  2009
 
Subir Bandyopadhyay & Mithilesh Kumar Pathak
    (028–029) Proposals to add two new paragraphs
       to Recommendation 9A
 
Taxon 58:    661-662.  2009
 
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (030–036) Some proposals
       on automatically typified names
 
Taxon 58:    662-663.  2009
 
Tarciso S. Filgueiras & Jefferson Prado
    (037) Proposal to maintain the terminations
       of plant names cited in a validating Latin
          description or diagnosis in a new protologue
 
Taxon 58:    663-664.  2009
 
 
Pankaj Kumar, Gopal Singh Rawat & J.F. Veldkamp
    (038) Proposal to broaden the scope of Art. 37.5
       allowing an illustration as a type
          when it is “impossible” to preserve a specimen
 
Taxon 58:    664-665.  2009
 
 
Joăo Marcelo Alvarenga Braga & Ana Joffily
    (039–041) Proposals to elucidate
       the concept of “illustration with analysis”
 
Taxon 58:    665-666.  2009
 
Marcin Nobis, Agnieszka Nobis & Krzysztof Piątek
    (042) Can the name of the author
       be a problem in describing a new taxon?
          A proposal to amend Recommendation 46D.1
             on citation of the author’s name
 
Taxon 58:    666-666.  2009
 
 
 
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (043–044) Later homonyms
 
Taxon 58:    667-667.  2009
Laurence J. Dorr
    (045–047) Proposals
       regarding epithets derived from acronyms
 
Taxon 58:    667-668.  2009
 
Scott A. Redhead, Paul M. Kirk, Patrick J. Keeling &
         Louis M. Weiss
    (048–051) Proposals
       to exclude the phylum Microsporidia from the Code
 
 
Taxon 58:    669-669.  2009
 
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (052–077) Several proposals concerning the Glossary
 
Taxon 58:    670-672.  2009
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (078–079) A proposal on the protologue,
       plus a miscellaneous proposal
 
Taxon 59:    303-303.  2010
 
Jarosław Proćków
    (080–082) Proposals to amend the Code
       regarding the procedure of lectotype designation
 
Taxon 59:    303-304.  2010
 
Jefferson Prado, Kanchi N. Gandhi, Michael Sundue &
         Robbin C. Moran
    (083) Proposal to include the terms “isolectotype”,
      “isoneotype”, and “isoepitype” in the Code
 
 
Taxon 59:    304-304.  2010
 
Mithilesh K. Pathak & Subir Bandyopadhyay
    (084) Proposal to amend Art. 9.10
 
Taxon 59:    305-305.  2010
Subir Bandyopadhyay & Mithilesh K. Pathak
    (085) Proposal to include a Note under Art. 9.10
 
Taxon 59:    305-305.  2010
Richard K. Rabeler & Kanchi N. Gandhi
    (086–087) Proposals to amend Arts. 7.11 and 9.21
 
Taxon 59:    305-306.  2010
Jefferson Prado & Robbin C. Moran
    (088) Proposal to modify Recommendation 9A.4
       of the Vienna Code
 
Taxon 59:    306-307.  2010
 
Alexander Sennikov
    (089) Proposal to discard the nomenclatural value
       of reprints and translations of botanical publications
          first printed before the
             relevant nomenclatural starting-point date
 
Taxon 59:    307-308.  2010
 
 
 
Scott A. Redhead
    (090–091) Proposals to add two examples on the
       valid publication of the names of higher-level taxa
 
Taxon 59:    308-309.  2010
 
Ramesh K. Saxena
    (092–094) Proposals concerning full and direct
       reference to the basionym of a new combination
          or a new generic name with a basionym,
             and to the replaced synonym
                of an avowed substitute (nomen novum)
 
Taxon 59:    309-309.  2010
 
 
 
 
Wen-Bin Yu, Hong Wang & De-Zhu Li
    (095–096) Proposals to amend Art. 53 *Ex. 9 & *Ex. 10
 
Taxon 59:    310-310.  2010
Richard K. Rabeler & Kanchi N. Gandhi
    (097) Proposal to revise Art. 60 Ex. 21
       and add a new Example
 
Taxon 59:    310-311.  2010
 
Scott A. Redhead
    (098–100) Proposals to limit hardcopy publication
       of Appendices II–V
 
Taxon 59:    311-311.  2010
 
Christopher J. Cleal & Barry A. Thomas
    (101–103) Proposals to modify the provisions
       in the Code for naming plant fossils
 
Taxon 59:    312-313.  2010
 
    -  Christopher J. Cleal & Barry A. Thomas
       Botanical nomenclature and plant fossils
 
Taxon 59:    261-268.  2010
Wen-Bin Yu Hong Wang & De-Zhu Li
    (104–108) Proposals to amend Article 9.15,
       add an example to Article 37,
          and make additions to Appendices III and IV
 
Taxon 59:    656-657.  2010
 
 
Soumen Kumar Basu, Partha Pratim Ghoshal,
         Subir Bandyopadhyay & Md. Nehal Aziz
    (109) Proposal to add a new paragraph
       to Recommendation 9A
 
 
Taxon 59:    657-657.  2010
 
Ahmed H. Alfarhan, M. Sivadasan, Jacob Thomas &
         Boudjema Samraoui
    (110–114) Proposals to delete Articles 18.5, 18.6
       and 19.7, replacing them with three Notes,
          and to provide consequent changes to App. IIB
             and to Articles 10.6, 11.1, 18.1, and 19.4
 
 
Taxon 59:    658-659.  2010
 
 
 
Estrela Figueiredo, Gerry Moore & Gideon F. Smith
    (115–116) Proposals to eliminate the Latin requirement
       for the valid publication of plant names
 
Taxon 59:    659-660.  2010
 
    -  Estrela Figueiredo, Gerry Moore & Gideon F. Smith
       Latin diagnosis: Time to let go
 
Taxon 59:    617-620.  2010
    -  Per M. Jřrgensen
       Latin diagnoses: A necessary evil
 
Taxon 59: 1196-1196. 2010
    -  Estrela Figueiredo, Gerry Moore & Gideon F. Smith
       Latin diagnoses: An unnecessary impediment –
          A response to Jřrgensen
 
Taxon 59: 1565-1566. 2010
 
David L. Hawksworth, Jerry A. Cooper, Pedro W. Crous,
         Kevin D. Hyde, Teresa Iturriaga, Paul M. Kirk,
            H. Thorsten Lumbsch, Tom W. May, David W. Minter,
               Jitendra K. Misra, Lorelei Norvell, Scott A. Redhead,
                  Amy Y. Rossman, Keith A. Seifert,
                     Joost A. Stalpers, John W. Taylor &
                        Michael J. Wingfield
    (117–119) Proposals to make the pre-publication
       deposit of key nomenclatural information
          in a recognized repository
             a requirement for valid publication of
                organisms treated as fungi under the Code
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Taxon 59:    660-662.  2010
 
 
 
 
Linda in Arcadia
    (120) Proposal to replace Article 46 Example 10
       with a more appropriate example
 
Taxon 59:    662-663.  2010
 
David L. Hawksworth & Ove E. Eriksson
    (121) Proposal to permit acknowledgement
       to be given to an author whose designation
          is validated by another without ascription
 
Taxon 59:    663-663.  2010
 
 
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (122–134) Some proposals on orthography
 
Taxon 59:    664-665.  2010
Alfred Traverse
    (135–137) With a bow to ICZN,
       proposals for a new approach to the typification
          of fossil palynomorph names
 
Taxon 59:    666-666.  2010
 
 
Takashi Nakada
    (138) A proposal on the designation of cultures
       of fungi and algae as types
 
Taxon 59:    983-983.  2010
 
Jarosław Proćków & Anna Jakubska-Busse
    (139) Proposal on how to avoid the impossibility of
       rejection of types when in conflict with the protologue
 
Taxon 59:    983-983.  2010
 
Josef Niederle
    (140) Proposal to amend Art. 23 by adding examples
       of correct usage of Latin compounds
 
Taxon 59:    984-984.  2010
 
Linda in Arcadia
    (141) Proposal to clarify Article 23
       for the case of Greek epithets ending in -ma
 
Taxon 59:    984-985.  2010
 
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (142–148) A few proposals on cultivated plants
 
Taxon 59:    985-986.  2010
Josef Niederle
    (149–150) Proposals to amend Art. 30
       by adding a condition of effective publication
          and an associated Recommendation
 
Taxon 59:    986-986.  2010
 
 
Mithilesh K. Pathak, Partha Pratim Ghoshal &
         Subir Bandyopadhyay
    (151) Proposal to add a new paragraph
       to Recommendation 31A
 
Taxon 59:    986-986.  2010
Hiroyoshi Ohashi & Kazuaki Ohashi
    (152–153) Proposals to add two new recommendations
       in Recommendation 37A
 
Taxon 59:    987-987.  2010
 
Christine Barker & R.K. Brummitt
    (154) Proposal on the gender of generic names
       ending in -ites
 
Taxon 59:    987-988.  2010
 
Alexander Sennikov
    (155–157) Proposals to amend Article 7.7
       and add a new example to Article 7
 
Taxon 59: 1292-1292. 2010
 
Subir Bandyopadhyay & Mithilesh K. Pathak
    (158) Proposal to add a new article under Article 8
 
Taxon 59: 1292-1292. 2010
Robbin C. Moran, Jefferson Prado, James Lendemer &
         James L. Reveal
    (159–162) Proposals to amend Articles 9.1 and 9.2
       to take into account a single specimen used,
          but not indicated as “type,”
             by a describing author(s), with examples
 
 
Taxon 59: 1292-1293. 2010
 
 
 
Alexander Sennikov
    (163–164) Proposal to amend Article 9.8 Note 4
       and add a new example to Article 37
 
Taxon 59: 1293-1293. 2010
 
Paul C. Silva
    (165–167) Miscellaneous proposals to amend the Code
 
Taxon 59: 1294-1294. 2010
Josef Niederle
    (168) Proposal to amend the Code
       by changing the definition of autonyms
 
Taxon 59: 1295-1295. 2010
 
Alex S. George
    (169) Proposal to amend Article 32.1
 
Taxon 59: 1295-1295. 2010
David M. Williams & Juliet Brodie
    (170) Proposal to eliminate the Latin requirement
       for the valid publication of names of non-fossil algae
 
Taxon 59: 1296-1296. 2010
 
Mithilesh K. Pathak, Soumen Gantait & Subir Bandyopadhyay
    (171) Proposal to amend Article 37.7
 
Taxon 59: 1296-1297. 2010
Walter Gams, Walter M. Jaklitsch, Roland Kirschner &
         Martina Réblová
    (172–174) Three proposals to amend Article 59 of
       the Code concerning teleotypification of fungal names
 
 
Taxon 59: 1297-1297. 2010
 
    -  Walter Gams, Walter M. Jaklitsch, Roland Kirschner &
            Martina Réblová
       Teleotypification of fungal names and its limitations
 
 
Taxon 59: 1057-1064. 2010
Richard M. Bateman & Jason Hilton
    (175–176) Proposals to modify the provisions
       in the Code for naming fossil plants
 
Taxon 59: 1607-1609. 2010
 
R.K. Brummitt
    (177–182) Proposals concerning names of taxa
       above the rank of family
 
Taxon 59: 1609-1610. 2010
 
Walter Gams
    (183–184) Proposals to require deposition of information
       concerning typification of names of fungal taxa,
          with an associated Recommendation
 
Taxon 59: 1610-1611. 2010
 
 
Vincent Demoulin
    (185–190) Proposals to amend Articles 15, 36 and 45
 
Taxon 59: 1611-1612. 2010
Hiroyoshi Ohashi & Kazuaki Ohashi
    (191) Proposal to modify Article 37 Example 4
 
Taxon 59: 1612-1612. 2010
Alexander B. Doweld
    (192–193) Proposals to amend Article 38
       to oppress unillustrated generic names of fossil plants
          published on or after 1 January 1912
 
Taxon 59: 1613-1614. 2010
 
 
Jefferson Prado & Regina Y. Hirai
    (194–196) Proposals to modify Article 42.4
 
Taxon 59: 1614-1615. 2010
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (197–198) Two proposals on the illustration with analysis
 
Taxon 59: 1615-1616. 2010
Leslie R. Landrum
    (199–202) Four proposals for Division III,
       Provisions for the Governance of the Code
 
Taxon 59: 1616-1616. 2010
 
Special Committee on Electronic Publication
    (203–213) Proposals to permit electronic publications
       to be effectively published under specified conditions
 
Taxon 59: 1907-1908. 2010
 
    -  Sandra Knapp, Alan Paton, Katherine Challis &
            Nicola Nicolson
      “Run for your lives! End of the World!” –
          Electronic publication of new plant names
 
 
Taxon 59: 1009-1010. 2010
 
    -  Prepared by Arthur D. Chapman, Nicholas J. Turland &
         Mark F. Watson
       Report of the Special Committee
          on Electronic Publication
 
 
Taxon 59: 1853-1862. 2010
 
Gillian Perry
    (214) Proposal to amend
       the wording of Article 7 Example 7
 
Taxon 59: 1908-1909. 2010
 
Gillian Perry
    (215–222) Proposals on original material
 
Taxon 59: 1909-1910. 2010
Scott A. Redhead, Lorelei L. Norvell & Shaun R. Pennycook
    (223–232) Proposals to amend articles regulating
       the typification of names in sanctioning works
 
Taxon 59: 1910-1913. 2010
 
    -  Gillian Perry
       Comments on proposals for the Melbourne Congress
          dealing with original material
             and the typification of sanctioned names
 
Taxon 60:    916-919.  2011
 
 
Nicholas J. Turland
    (233–237) Five “housekeeping” proposals
       to amend the Vienna Code
 
Taxon 59: 1913-1913. 2010
 
Jarosław Proćków & Anna Jakubska-Busse
    (238) Proposal to remove a superfluous rule
       that is followed when generic names are typified
 
Taxon 59: 1914-1914. 2010
 
Nicholas J. Turland
    (239–242) Proposals to protect the entries
       in Appendix IIB (or in Appendices II–IV)
 
Taxon 59: 1914-1915. 2010
 
Gillian Perry
    (243–245) Proposals to permit the conservation
       of the name of an infraspecific taxon
          and of a subdivision of a genus
             when that name is the basionym of the name
                of a species or genus proposed for conservation
 
Taxon 59: 1915-1916. 2010
 
 
 
 
Scott A. Redhead
    (246) Proposal to amend Article 16 to provide for
       automatic typification in the absence of a family name
 
Taxon 59: 1917-1917. 2010
 
James L. Reveal & Kanchi N. Gandhi
    (247–261) Fifteen proposals
       for the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
          dealing with suprageneric names
 
Taxon 59: 1917-1919. 2010
 
 
Nicholas J. Turland
    (262–275) Proposals on Article 33 and other Articles
       concerning new combinations, status novi,
          and nomina nova
 
Taxon 59: 1919-1921. 2010
 
 
Gillian Perry
    (276–287) Proposals concerning the validation
       and author citation of names published
          with more than one potential descriptive statement
 
Taxon 59: 1922-1924. 2010
 
 
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    (288–289) Two conditional proposals
 
Taxon 59: 1924-1924. 2010
R.K. Brummitt
    (290) A proposal on illustrations with analysis
 
Taxon 59: 1924-1925. 2010
Gillian Perry
    (291) A proposal to amend the wording of Article 48.1
       and insert a new Article 48.2
 
Taxon 59: 1925-1925. 2010
 
R.K. Brummitt
    (292) Acacia:
       a solution that should be acceptable to everybody
 
Taxon 59: 1925-1926. 2010
 
Gillian Perry
    (293) Proposal to add an example to Article 52
 
Taxon 59: 1926-1927. 2010
Scott A. Redhead
    (294–306) Proposals to define the new term ‘teleotype’,
       to rename Chapter VI, and to modify Article 59
          to limit dual nomenclature and to remove
             conflicting examples and recommendations
 
Taxon 59: 1927-1929. 2010
 
 
 
    -  Scott A. Redhead
       Report on the Special Committee on the Nomenclature
          of Fungi with a Pleomorphic Life Cycle
 
Taxon 59: 1863-1866. 2010
 
Walter Gams, Walter Jaklitsch & Roland Kirschner
    (307–313) Proposals to modify Article 59
       in order to harmonize it with present practice
 
Taxon 59: 1929-1930. 2010
 
Kanchi N. Gandhi & James L. Reveal
    (314–337) Twenty-four proposals to amend
       the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
 
Taxon 59: 1930-1933. 2010
 
Raymond Stotler & Pekka Isoviita
    (338) Proposal for Division III.2 (3):
       Committee for Bryophyta
 
Taxon 59: 1933-1933. 2010
 

Congress

John McNeill (Rapporteur général) &
         Nicholas Turland (Vice-rapporteur)
    Synopsis of Proposals on Botanical Nomenclature –
       Melbourne 2011: A review of the proposals concerning
          the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
             submitted to
                the XVIII International Botanical Congress
                                                           list of proposals  
                                                         [ voting form ]
 
 
Taxon 60:    243-286.  2011
 
 
 
 
Taxon 60:    284-286.  2011
 
Nicholas J. Turland & John McNeill
    Revised list of institutional votes at the Nomenclature
       Section of the XVIII International Botanical Congress,
          Melbourne, Australia, July 2011
 
[one to each member]
 
 
    Note regarding Institutional votes [one to each member]
    Results of the 2011 preliminary mail vote [one to each member]
    [ voting form, for card vote (afterwards) ] [one to each member]
    [ photograph ] PhytoKeys 41:  2-2. 2014
    XVIII International Botanical Congress, July 2011:
       Resolutions
[Congress website]
 
James S. Miller, Vicki A. Funk, Warren L. Wagner,
         Fred Barrie, Peter C. Hoch, & Patrick Herendeen
    Outcomes of the 2011 Botanical Nomenclature Section
       at the XVIII International Botanical Congress
 
 
PhytoKeys  5:  1-3.  2011
 
John McNeill & Nicholas J. Turland
    Major changes to the Code of Nomenclature
       Melbourne, July 2011
 
Taxon 60: 1495-1497. 2011
 
Sandra Knapp, John McNeill & Nicholas J. Turland
    Changes to publication requirements made at the XVIII
       International Botanical Congress in Melbourne:
          What does e-publication mean for you?
 
Taxon 60: 1498-1502. 2011
 
 
Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo & Gerry Moore
    English and Latin as alternative languages
       for validating the names of organisms covered by
          the International Code of Nomenclature for algae,
             fungi, and plants: The final chapter?
 
Taxon 60: 1502-1503. 2011
 
 
 
Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
    Conserving Acacia Mill. with a conserved type:
       What happened in Melbourne?
 
Taxon 60: 1504-1506. 2011
 
John McNeill, Nicholas J. Turland, Anna M. Monro &
         Brendan J. Lepschi
    XVIII International Botanical Congress:
       Preliminary mail vote and report of Congress action
          on nomenclature proposals
 
Taxon 60: 1507-1520. 2011
 
Lorelei L. Norvell
    1. Melbourne approves a new Code
 
Mycotaxon 116: 481-490. 2011  
Christina Flann, Nicholas J. Turland & Anna M. Monro
    Report on botanical nomenclature–Melbourne 2011.
       XVIII International Botanical Congress, Melbourne:
          Nomenclature Section, 18–22 July 2011
                                                                 [Proceedings]
 
PhytoKeys 41:    1-289. 2014
 
 
   
    [ Institutional votes, as exercised ] PhytoKeys 41: 279-285. 2014

Committee advice

Lorelei L. Norvell
    Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Fungi: 17
 
Taxon 60:    610–613.  2011
Willem F. Prud’homme van Reine
    Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Algae: 11
 
Taxon 60:    898-899.  2011
Niels Klazenga
    Report of the Nomenclatural Committee
       for Bryophyta: 10
 
Taxon 60:    900-902.  2011
 
Willem F. Prud’homme van Reine
    Report of the Nomenclature Committee for Algae: 13
 
Taxon 60:    919-921.  2011
Patrick S. Herendeen
    Report of the Nomenclature Committee
       for Fossil Plants: 8
 
Taxon 60:    921-923.  2011
 

Supporting papers

    Fungi  
L.K. Weresub, K.A. Pirozynski
    Pleomorphism of fungi as treated in the history
       of mycology and nomenclature
 
Whole Fungus   17-30. 1979
                                 [BHL]
Amy Y. Rossman & Gary J. Samuels
    Towards a single scientific name for species of fungi
 
Inoculum 56(3):    3-6.  2005
Walter Gams
    Towards a single scientific name for species of fungi:
       a rebuttal
 
Inoculum 56(6):  [1]-3.  2005
                                 [MSA]
Walter Gams, Walter M. Jaklitsch, Roland Kirschner &
         Martina Réblová
    Teleotypification of fungal names and its limitations
 
 
Taxon 59:  1057-1064.  2010
[David L. Hawksworth]
    Decision-making on the nomenclatural rules for fungi
 
IMA Fungus 1:    3-3.    2010
Scott A. Redhead
    Report on the Special Committee on the Nomenclature
       of Fungi with a Pleomorphic Life Cycle
 
Taxon 59:  1863-1866.  2010
 
Lorelei L. Norvell, David L. Hawksworth,
         Ronald H. Petersen & Scott A. Redhead
    - IMC9 Edinburgh Nomenclature Sessions
    - IMC9 Edinburgh Nomenclature Sessions
    - Edinburgh 2010: The 9th International Mycological
         Congress Nomenclature Sessions
 
 
Mycotaxon 113: 503-514. 2010
IMA Fungus 1: 143-147. 2010
Taxon 59:   1867-1868.   2010
 
Joost A. Stalpers
    Some problems in the
       International Code of Botanical Nomenclature
          (ICBN) and some suggestions for solutions
 
IMA Fungus 59:  18-20.  2011
 
 
Walter Gams & al.
    A critical response to the Amsterdam Declaration
      [later in Mycotaxon, accompanied by photocopies of
          two other upcoming papers in Mycotaxon, see below]
 
[handout to Section]
 
 
[Scott A. Redhead & al.?]
      [ untitled ]
 
[handout to Section]
[Scott A. Redhead & al.?]
      [ untitled ]
 
[handout to Section]
James C. Lendemer
      Proposal of a new article excepting lichens
         from the newly passed arts. 14, 56, 57.2, & 59
 
[handout to Section]
 
Lorelei L. Norvell
      1. Melbourne approves a new Code
 
Mycotaxon 116: 481-490. 2011  
David L. Hawksworth, Pedro W. Crous, Scott A. Redhead,
         Don R. Reynolds, Robert A. Samson, Keith A. Seifert,
            John W. Taylor, Michael J. Wingfield, &
               80 signatories
      2. The Amsterdam Declaration on fungal nomenclature
        The Amsterdam Declaration on Fungal Nomenclature
 
 
 
 
Mycotaxon 116: 491-500. 2011
IMA Fungus 2:    18-20.    2011
Walter Gams, Walter Jaklitsch & 77 signatories
      3. A critical response to the ‘Amsterdam Declaration’
          A critical response to the Amsterdam Declaration
 
Mycotaxon 116: 501-512. 2011
[handout to Section]
Paul J. Morris, James A. Macklin, Jim Croft, Nicky Nicolson,
           Greg Whitbread
      4. Letter of concern regarding Props. (117–119)
         to amend the ICBN to require pre-publication
            deposit of nomenclatural information
 
 
Mycotaxon 116: 513-517. 2011
 
 
David L. Hawksworth
    A new dawn for the naming of fungi:
       impacts of decisions made in Melbourne
          in July 2011 on the future publication
             and regulation of fungal names
 
Mycokeys 1:          7-20.     2011
IMA Fungus 2:   155-162.   2011
                                       [NCBI]
 
 
      Institutional votes
 
 
Joseph H. Kirkbride, Jr.
      (182) Nomenclatural suffrage for all registered herbaria
 
Taxon 53:    595-595.  2004
John McNeill & Nicholas J. Turland
      Institutional Votes at the Nomenclature Section
         of the XVIII International Botanical Congress,
            Melbourne, Australia, July 2011
 
Taxon 58:    971-973.  2009
 
 
Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo & Gerry Moore
    Who amends the International code of botanical
       nomenclature
?
 
Taxon 59:    930-934.  2010
 
Wendy L. Applequist, Martin W. Callmander, Gerrit Davidse,
           Alexander Sennikov, Mats Thulin, Piet Vorster &
              George Yatskievych
    Apportionment of institutional votes for the
          Nomenclature Section: A rebuttal to Smith & al.
 
 
 
Taxon 59: 1567-1570. 2010
 
Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo & Gerry Moore
    Who amends the International Code of Botanical
       Nomenclature
? A response to Applequist & al. (2010)
 
Taxon 60:    213-215.  2011
 
Nicholas J. Turland & John McNeill
    Revised list of institutional votes at the Nomenclature
       Section of the XVIII International Botanical Congress,
          Melbourne, Australia, July 2011
 
[handout to Section]
 
 
[Nicholas J. Turland & John McNeill]
    Note regarding Institutional votes
 
[handout to Section]
 
    Miscellaneous
 
 
John G. Day, Thomas Pröschold, Thomas Friedl, Maike Lorenz
           & Paul C. Silva
    Conservation of microalgal type material:
       Approaches needed for 21st century science
 
Taxon 59:        3-6.     2010
Herwig Teppner
    A point of view on Article 30.5 of the Vienna Code
       concerning effective publication of theses
 
Taxon 59:    621-622.  2010
 
Paul M. Oliver & Michael S.Y. Lee
    The botanical and zoological codes
       impede biodiversity research by
          discouraging publication of unnamed new species
 
Taxon 59: 1201-1205. 2010
 
 
 
      Acacia
 
 
Anthony E. Orchard & Bruce R. Maslin
    (1584) Proposal to conserve the name Acacia
       (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) with a conserved type

Taxon 52:    362-363.  2003
 
R. K. Brummitt
    Report of the Committee for Spermatophyta: 55.
       Proposal 1584 on Acacia
 
Taxon 53:    826-829.  2004
 
Anthony E. Orchard & Bruce R. Maslin
    The case for conserving Acacia with a new type
 
Taxon 54:    509-512.  2005
Melissa Luckow, Colin Hughes, Brian Schrire, Pieter Winter,
           Christopher Fagg, Renee Fortunato, Johan Hurter,
              Lourdes Rico, Frans J. Breteler, Anne Bruneau,
                 Marta Caccavari, Lyn Craven, Mike Crisp,
                    Alfonso Delgado S., Sebsebe Demissew,
                       Jeffrey J. Doyle, Rosaura Grether,
                          Stephen Harris, Patrick S. Herendeen,
                             Héctor M. Hernández, Ann M. Hirsch,
                                Richard Jobson, Bente B. Klitgaard,
                                   Jean-Noël Labat, Mike Lock,
                                      Barbara MacKinder, Bernard Pfeil,
                                   Beryl B. Simpson, Gideon F. Smith,
                                Mario Sousa S., Jonathan Timberlake,
                             Jos G. van der Maesen, A.E. Van Wyk,
                          Piet Vorster, Christopher K. Willis,
                       Jan J. Wieringa, Martin F. Wojciechowski
      Acacia: the case against moving the type to Australia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Taxon 54:    513-519.  2005
John McNeill, Tod F. Stuessy, Nicholas J. Turland &
         Elvira Hörandl
    XVII International Botanical Congress:
       preliminary mail vote and report of Congress action
          on nomenclature proposals
 
Taxon 54: 1058-1059. 2005
 
Gideon F. Smith, Abraham E. van Wyk, Melissa Luckow &
         Brian Schrire
    Conserving Acacia Mill. with a conserved type.
       What happened in Vienna?
 
 
Taxon 55:    223-225.  2006
 
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    Acacia: what did happen at Vienna?
Anales Jard. Bot. Madrid
           63:    107-110.  2006
G. Moore
    The handling of the proposal to conserve the name
       Acacia at the 17th International Botanical Congress
          – an attempt at minority rule
 
Bothalia 37:  109-118.  2007
 
 
Gerry Moore
    Action on the proposal to conserve the name Acacia
       at the Nomenclature Section of the XVII International
          Botanical Congress in Vienna: Did the ayes have it?
 
The Linnean
         24(2):   16-20.   2008
 
Jane Carruthers & Libby Robin
    Taxonomic imperialism in the battles for Acacia:
       Identity and science in South Africa and Australia
 
Trans. Roy. Soc. S-Africa
           65:     48-637.  2010
John McNeill & Nicholas J. Turland
    The conservation of Acacia with A. penninervis
       as conserved type
 
Taxon 59:    613-616.  2010
 
Gerry Moore, Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo,
         Sebsebe Demissew, Gwilym Lewis, Brian Schrire,
            Lourdes Rico & Abraham E. van Wyk
               (Co-ordinating authors)
    Acacia, the 2011 Nomenclature Section in Melbourne,
       and beyond
 
 
 
Taxon 59: 1188-1195. 2010
R.K. Brummitt
    (292) Acacia:
       a solution that should be acceptable to everybody
 
Taxon 59: 1925-1926. 2010
 
Kevin R. Thiele, Vicki A. Funk, Kunio Iwatsuki,
         Philippe Morat, Ching-I Peng, Peter H. Raven,
            José Sarukhán & Ole Seberg
    The controversy over the retypification of Acacia Mill.
       with an Australian type: A pragmatic view
 
 
 
Taxon 60:    194-198.  2011
 
H. Peter Linder & Mike Crisp
    The fate of Acacia
 
Taxon 60:    570-571.  2011
Gerry Moore, Gideon F. Smith, Estrela Figueiredo,
           Sebsebe Demissew, Gwilym Lewis, Brian Schrire,
              Lourdes Rico, Abraham E. van Wyk, Melissa Luckow,
                 Roberto Kiesling & Mario Sousa S.
    The Acacia controversy resulting from minority rule
       at the Vienna Nomenclature Section: Much more
          than arcane arguments and complex technicalities
 
 
 
 
Taxon 60:    852-857.  2011
 
 
Andy Moore & Fenton P.D. Cotterill
    The Acacia retypification debate:
       Perspectives of African amateur botanists
 
Taxon 60:    858-859.  2011
 
Nicholas J. Turland
    A suggested compromise on the nomenclature of Acacia
 
Taxon 60:    913-914.  2011
R.K. Brummitt
    Acacia: do we want stability or total change?
 
Taxon 60:    915-915.  2011
Paul van Rijckevorsel
    [ untitled ]
 
[handout to Section]
Gideon F. Smith & Estrela Figueiredo
    Conserving Acacia Mill. with a conserved type:
       What happened in Melbourne?
 
Taxon 60:  1504-1506. 2011
 
Christian A. Kull & Haripriya Rangan
    Science, sentiment and territorial chauvinism
       in the acacia name change debat
 
Terra aust. 34:  197-219. 2012
 
Leslie Landrum
    Editorial: The governance of the International Code
       of Nomenclature–my slow learning experience
         
 
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