Heads up: Some or all of the identifications affected by this split may have been replaced with identifications of Viburnum. This happens when we can't automatically assign an identification to one of the output taxa. Review identifications of Viburnum dentatum 82247


Does anyone else think it's strange that neither species occurs in Georgia?

Posted by tallastro over 1 year ago

@tallastro Both species occur in Georgia, so the split sent ID's to genus level and they have not yet been identified back to species.
Most of the observations of V. dentatum westward are misidentifications (of V. recognitum and other similar species) since no one has been reviewing them carefully. I only split V. scabrellum since it was not included even at varietal rank and has a well-defined range throughout which it is the dominant or only species. It probably needs a more extensive split.

Posted by dryopteris2 over 1 year ago

Can you link to the flag/discussion about this deviation from POWO in the taxon split description?

Posted by bouteloua over 1 year ago

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