The "real' stoloniferous T. clusiana

Rodger Whitlock
Mon, 30 Mar 2015 14:00:12 PDT
On 30 Mar 2015, at 20:12, Jim McKenney wrote:

> Those ranks imply (to me anyway) sexually reproducing populations.

Your inference is incorrect.

Keep firmly fixed in your mind the concept of "type specimen", the one specimen 
that is the authoritative example of a taxon. No one cares if it reproduces 
sexually or asexually. Or even if it reproduces at all, for that matter.

Rodger Whitlock
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Z. 7-8, cool Mediterranean climate

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