nomen conservandum

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nomen conservandum

a name officially prescribed by the COMMISSION for Zoological Nomenclature.
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The species of Amaranthaceae (conserved name according to Stevens, 2001 onwards) are very frequent in the supra-littoral vegetation of the European coasts and in saltpans (Anabasis, Arthrocnemum, Halocnemum, Salicornia, Salsola, Sarcocornia, Suaeda, etc.), together with other halophytes able to tolerate high saline concentration and with frequent adaptations to physiological dryness.