The Australian Plant Census (APC) is a list of the accepted scientific names for the Australian vascular flora, ferns, gymnosperms, hornworts and liverworts, both native and introduced, and includes synonyms and misapplications for these names. The APC covers all published scientific plant names used in an Australian context in the taxonomic literature, but excludes taxa known only from cultivation in Australia. The taxonomy and nomenclature adopted for the APC are endorsed by the Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (CHAH).
Showing Cheilanthes sieberi subsp. sieberi
Chapman, APNI 685 (1991) recognised a "Cheilanthes tenuifolia var. sieberi Bailey", a later homonym of C. tenuifolia var. sieberi (Kunze) Hook.f. This name is a phantom. Bailey clearly stated that he only provided authorities for names down to species level. His name should be treated as just later usage of Hooker's combination.
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