Juniperus of the World

 

 

Taxa of Juniperus - 67 species, 28 varieties, 7 formas


Section Caryocedrus (1 species)
     J. drupacea Labill.

Section Juniperus (=Oxycedrus):  (11 species, 7 varieties,18 taxa)
     J. brevifolia (Seub.) Ant.
     J. cedrus Webb & Berthol.
     J. communis L. var. communis
         var. depressa Pursh
         var. megistocarpa Fernald & H. St. John
         var. nipponica (Maxim.) E. H. Wilson
         var. saxatilis Pall.
         var. jackii Rehder
     J. deltoides R. P. Adams
     J. formosana Hayata
         var. Mairei (Lemee & Lev.) R. P. Adams & C-F. Hsieh
     J. lutchuensis Koidz.
     J. macrocarpa Sibth. & Sm.
     J. navicularis Grand (= J. oxycedrus var. transtagana)
     J. oxycedrus L. var. oxycedrus
         var. badia H. Gay
     J. rigida Mig. in Sieb. var. rigida
     var. conferta ( Parl.) Patschka
     J. taxifolia Hook. & Arn.

Section Sabina:  (55 species)
     Serrate leaf margins, western hemisphere (18 species, 5 varieties, 5 formas = 28 taxa)
              J. angosturana R. P. Adams
              J. arizonica R. P. Adams
              J. ashei Buchholz
              J. ashei var. ovata R. P. Adams
              J. californica Carriere
              J. coahuilensis Martinez
              J. comitana Martinez
              J. deppeana Steudel var. deppeana 
                  forma elongata R. P. Adams
                  forma sperryi (Correll) R. P. Adams
                  forma zacatacensis (Mart.) R. P. Adams
                   var. gamboana (Mart.) R. P. Adams
                  var. patoniana (Martinez) Zanoni
                  var. robusta Martinez
              J. durangensis Martinez
              J. flaccida Schlecht.
              J. grandis R. P. Adams
              J. jaliscana Martinez
              J. martinezii Perez de la Rosa
              J. monosperma (Engelm.) Sarg.
              J. monticola Martinez forma monticola
                  forma compacta Martinez
                  forma orizabensis Martinez
              J. occidentalis Hook.
              J. osteosperma (Torr.) Little
              J. pinchotii Sudworth
              J. poblana Martinez
              J. saltillensis M. T. Hall
              J. standleyi Steyermark

Smooth leaf margins [including J. phoenicea, which has small teeth, but is atypical (see Fig. 1.5)]
          One seed/ cone, turbinate or ellipsoidal shaped seed cones (15 species, 1 varieties, 2 forms)
              J. carinata (Y. K. Yu & L. K. Fu) R. P. Adams
              J. convallium Rehder & Wilson
              J. coxii A.B. Jacks
              J. indica Bertol.
              J. komarovii Florin 
              J. microsperma (Cheng & L. K. Fu) R. P. Adams
              J. morrisonicola Hayata
              J. pingii Cheng & Ferre.
              J. przewalskii Kom.
                  f. pendula (Cheng & L. K. Fu) R. P. Adams & Chu Ge-lin
              J. pseudosabina Fisch., Mey. & Ave-Lall.
              J. recurva Buch.-Ham. ex D. Don.
              J. saltuaria Rehder & Wils.
              J. squamata D. Don in Lambert f. squamata
                  f. wilsonii Rehder
                  var. fargesii Rehder & Wils.
              J. tibetica Kom.
              J. wallichiana Hook F. & Thomson ex Brandis
         Multi-seeded ((1)2 - 6 seeds/ ovoid cone) Eastern Hemisphere (5 species, 3 varieties)
              J. excelsa M.-Bieb.
              J. foetidissima Willd.
              J. polycarpos K. Koch var. polycarpos
                  var. seravschanica Kom.
                  var. turcomanica (B. Fedtsch.) R. P. Adams
              J. procera Hochst. ex. Endl.
              J. thurifera L. var. thurifera
                  var. africana Maire

One or more seeds / cone, both Eastern and Western Hemispheres
              Eastern Hemisphere (7 species, 8 varieties)                                                          
              J. chinensis L. var. chinensis
                  var. sargentii Henry
                  var. taiwanensis R. P. Adams and C-F. Hsieh
                  var. tsukusiensis (Masam.) Masam.
              J. erectopatens (Cheng & L. K. Fu) R. P. Adams
              J. jarkendensis Kom.
              J. phoenicea L. var. phoenicea
                  var. turbinata (Guss.) Parl.
              J. procumbens (Sieb.ex Endl.) Miq. in Seib. & Zucc.
              J. sabina L. var. sabina
                  var. arenaria (E. H. Wilson) Farjon
                   var. davurica (Pall.) Farjon
                  var. mongolensis R. P. Adams
              J. semiglobosa Regel var. semiglobosa
                  var. talassica (Lipsky) Silba
              Western Hemisphere (10 species, 4 varieties)
              J. barbadensis L.
              J. bermudiana L.                                           
              J. blancoi Martinez var. blancoi                     
                  var. huehuentensis R. P. Adams, S. Gonzalez, and M. G. Elizondo
              J. gracilior Pilger var. gracilior                       
                  var. ekmanii (Florin) R. P. Adams          
                  var. urbaniana (Pilger & Ekman) R .P. Adams   
              J. horizontalis Moench                                 
              J. lucayana Britton                                       
              J. mucronata R. P. Adams                            
              J. saxicola Britt & P. Wilson                                    
              J. scopulorum Sarg.                                       
              J. virginiana L. var. virginiana                       
                  var. silicicola (Small) E. Murray
              

 

 

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