Sensu Stricto

Some articles on sensu stricto, sensu, sensus:

Alliaceae - History
... Group accepted in the APG classification of 1998 and which later became known as Alliaceae sensu stricto ... system of 2003, Alliaceae could be recognized sensu stricto or sensu lato, as mentioned above ... the family that had been called Alliaceae sensu lato in APG II ...
Papaveraceae - Taxonomy
... Thus, there are two possible circumscriptions Papaveraceae sensu lato, including the plants that would otherwise form the families Fumariaceae and Pteridophyllaceae ... (see subfamilies) Papaveraceae sensu stricto, excluding these plants ... The family sensu stricto conforms to the family as recognised by the Cronquist system, of 1981 (Cronquist recognised Fumariaceae as separate) ...
Hemerocallidaceae - Circumscription
... of DNA sequences have shown that Xeronema is sister to a clade consisting of Xanthorrhoeaceae sensu lato, Amaryllidaceae sensu lato, and Asparagaceae sensu ... In the narrower of these circumscriptions, Hemerocallidaceae sensu stricto, it consists of 12 genera and 40 to 50 species ... The broader version of the family, Hemerocallidaceae sensu lato, includes those species that would otherwise be assigned to Johnsoniaceae ...
Sensu - Common Qualifiers
... Sensu is a Latin word meaning "in the sense of" ... It is the ablative case of the noun sensus, here meaning "sense" ... Three such phrases are sensu stricto – "in the strict sense", abbreviation s.s ...
Carduelinae
... probably best regarded as a collection of independent sub-groups or genera.) Genus Serinus sensu lato – canaries, African seedeaters, serins and African siskins (Sub)G ...