Phoradendron englerianum and P. ernstianum, described by Jozef Paczoski based on Peruvian material have been recently neotypified. The original types, collected by Augusto Weberbauer in the Berlin herbarium (B) were destroyed during World War II. However, prior to these neotypifications, the two species names were inadvertently lectotypified using duplicate material for the original types kept at the Herbario Weberbauer (MOL) in Lima, Peru. Additional information on another Paczoski name, P. leucocarpum, a species transferred to Dendrophthora, is also provided.
León, B., Granda, A., José Roque, G., & Vilcapoma, G. (2006). A review of Peruvian Phoradendron (Viscaceae) species names published by Paczoski and typified by material collected by Augusto Weberbauer. Taxon, 513-514. https://doi.org/10.2307/25065601