PROPOSALS, XX IBC (2023)

List of proposals to amend the International Code of Nomenclature for
algae, fungi, and plants
, submitted to the XX International Botanical
Congress, Rio de Janeiro, 2023.
 
Links to the relevant PDF (copyright IAPT for all material from Taxon)
are either direct (to a local copy), or to a website where the PDF is
accessible.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Miscellaneous papers
 

David J. Mabberley
    The orthographic significance of the Latin name
       for the “Norfolk Island Hibiscus” (Malvaceae)
Taxon 67: 792-793. 2018

 
FUNGI

 
Proposals for fungi

[David L. Hawksworth]
    Counting Down to IMC 11
 
IMA Fungus 9:  (4)-(4).   2018
David L. Hawksworth
    Proposals for consideration at IMC11
       to modify provisions related solely to fungi
          in the International Code of Nomenclature
             for algae, fungi, and plants
 
IMA Fungus 9:  (i)-(i).   2018
 
 
 
Luis A. Parra & Juan C. Zamora
    (F-001-002) Proposals to clarify if the elements
       from the context of a sanctioning work
          are original material
 
IMA Fungus 9:  (i)-(iii). 2018
 
 
David L. Hawksworth
    (F-003-004) Proposals to simplify the indication
       of the nomenclatural status of sanctioned names
 
IMA Fungus 9: (iii)-(v).  2018
 
David L. Hawksworth, David S. Hibbett, Paul M. Kirk
         & Robert Lücking
    (F-005-006) Proposals to permit DNA sequence data
       to be used as types of names of fungi
 
 
IMA Fungus 9:  (v)-(vi).  2018
 
    -  Robert Lücking & David L. Hawksworth
       Formal description
          of sequence-based voucherless Fungi:
             promises and pitfalls, and how to resolve them
 
IMA Fungus 9:  143-166.  2018
 
 
    -  Juan Carlos Zamora, Måns Svensson, Roland Kirschner,
             Ibai Olariaga, Svengunnar Ryman,
                Luis Alberto Parra, József Gem, Anna Rosling
                   & Stefan Ekman   [plus many co-signers]
       Considerations and consequences of allowing
          DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa
 
 
 
 
IMA Fungus 9:  167-175.  2018
 
    -  Marco Thines, Pedro W. Crous, M. Catherine Aime,
             Takayuki Aoki, Lei Cai, Kevin D. Hyde,
                Andrew N. Miller, Ning Zhang & Marc Stadler
       Ten reasons why a sequence-based nomenclature
          is not useful for fungi anytime soon
 
 
 
IMA Fungus 9:  177-183.  2018
 
    -  Robert Lücking, Paul M. Kirk & David L. Hawksworth
       Sequence-based nomenclature:
          a reply to Thines et al. and Zamora et al.
             and provisions
                for an amended proposal “from the floor”
                   to allow DNA sequences as types of names
 
IMA Fungus 9:  185-198.  2018
 
 
 
 
Gerhard Rambold, Konstanze Bensch, Paul M. Kirk,
         Yi-Jian Yao, Vincent Robert & Dagmar Triebel
    (F-007) Proposal to recommend
       the use of an identifier as an alternative
          to the citation of the authors of fungal names
 
 
IMA Fungus 9:  (vi)-(vii). 2018
 
 
    -  Gerhard Rambold, Konstanze Bensch, Paul M. Kirk,
          Yi-Jian Yao, Vincent Robert, Veronica Sanz
             & Dagmar Triebel
       Citation of a taxon name identifier issued
          by the ICN-recognized registration repositories
             instead of taxon name author citation
 
 
 
Taxon 66:  1200-1203.  2017
 
 

 
 
Fungi: miscellaneous papers
 

Keith A. Seifert
    When should we describe species?
 
IMA Fungus 8:  (37)-(39).  2017
Gerhard Rambold, Konstanze Bensch, Paul M. Kirk,
       Yi-Jian Yao, Vincent Robert, Veronica Sanz
          & Dagmar Triebel
    Citation of a taxon name identifier issued
       by the ICN-recognized registration repositories
          instead of taxon name author citation
 
 
 
Taxon 66:  1200-1203.  2017
 
 
Martin Ryberg & R. Henrik Nilsson
    New light on names and naming of dark taxa
 
Mycokeys 30:       31-39.    2018
David Hibbett
    More than a handful of dirt:
       sequence-based species description
          and the role of the ICN (a response to Seifert)
 
IMA Fungus 9:  (36)-(38).  2018
 
 
Robert Lücking & David L. Hawksworth
    Formal description
       of sequence-based voucherless Fungi:
          promises and pitfalls, and how to resolve them
 
IMA Fungus 9:  143-166.  2018
 
 
Juan Carlos Zamora, Måns Svensson, Roland Kirschner,
          Ibai Olariaga, Svengunnar Ryman,
             Luis Alberto Parra, József Gem, Anna Rosling
                & Stefan Ekman   [plus many co-signers]
    Considerations and consequences of allowing
       DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa
 
 
 
 
IMA Fungus 9:  167-175.  2018
 
Marco Thines, Pedro W. Crous, M. Catherine Aime,
          Takayuki Aoki, Lei Cai, Kevin D. Hyde,
             Andrew N. Miller, Ning Zhang & Marc Stadler
    Ten reasons why a sequence-based nomenclature
       is not useful for fungi anytime soon
 
 
 
IMA Fungus 9:  177-183.  2018
 
Robert Lücking, Paul M. Kirk & David L. Hawksworth
    Sequence-based nomenclature:
       a reply to Thines et al. and Zamora et al.
          and provisions
             for an amended proposal “from the floor”
                to allow DNA sequences as types of names
 
IMA Fungus 9:  185-198.  2018
 
 
 
 
Tom W. May & Andrew N. Miller
    XI International Mycological Congress:
       Guiding Vote on nomenclature proposals
          to amend Chapter F of the International Code
             of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants
 
IMA Fungus 9:  (xv)-(xxi).  2018
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
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