fes02 | If this name becomes conserved, the names Brometalia erecti Koch 1926 and Brometalia erecti Br.-Bl. 1936 would be formally rejected as nomina ambigua (see Remarks fes03 and fes04). (JD).
Brometalia Br.-Bl. 1931
Brometalia erecti Br.-Bl. 1936 nom. ambig. rejic. propos.
– fes04 The proposal to reject this name as nomen ambiguum was presented by Dengler et al. (2003). (JD).
Brometalia erecti Koch 1926 nom. ambig. rejic. propos.
– fes03 We suggest rejecting the name 'Brometalia erecti Koch 1926' and 'Brometalia erecti Br.-Bl. 1936' as nomina ambigua. The Brometalia erecti was published for the first time by Koch (1926: 20) and included only one alliance, the Bromion erecti Koch 1926 that automatically becomes the holotypus of the order. The Meso-Brometum erecti Koch 1926 is the holotypus of the alliance because it the only association (documented by single relevé) classified within the Bromion erecti Koch 1926 in the original protologue. Braun-Blanquet (1936) used the same name (Brometalia erecti) illegitimately (ICPN art. 31) and classified the Festucion valesiacae and the Bromion erecti into this order. Since Braun-Blanquet (1936) made a bibliographic reference only to the Festucion valesiacae Klika 1931, this alliance becomes (following the ICPN art. 18) the holotypus of the Brometalia erecti Br.-Bl. 1936. Later, the name Brometalia erecti (mostly including 'Br.-Bl. 1936' as the author's citation) also included the syntaxonomic concepts of the Meso-Bromion and Xero-Bromion (e.g. Oberdorfer 1992; Pott 1995; Schubert et al. 2001) that are at variance with the protologue of the Brometalia erecti Br.-Bl. 1936 (typified by the Festucion valesiacae). Korneck (1974) described the Brachypodietalia pinnati whereto he classified the Meso-Bromion, whereas the Xero-Bromion remained linked to the 'Brometalia erecti Br.-Bl. 1936' which reflects neither the spirit of the protologue by Koch (1926) nor that by Braun-Blanquet (1936). As a result, the names Brometalia erecti Koch 1926 and the Brometalia erecti Br.-Bl. 1936 underwent a history of erroneous interpretations and became misleading. See Dengler et al. (2003) for the published proposal of rejection of the name Brometalia erecti as a nomen ambiguum. (JD, LM).
Leucanthemo vulgaris-Brometalia erecti (Biondi et al. 1995) Ubaldi 1997
Origano-Meso-Brometalia Doing 1963
Trifolietalia montani Krausch 1962
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