Vascular Plants

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Casuarina tessellata C.A.Gardner, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Gardner, C.A. (1936), Contributiones Florae Australiae Occidentalis, IX. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 22: 119 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Near the southern boundary of the Austin district, on the northern slopes of Mount Singleton, forming dense thickets in red loamy soil. W.E. Blackall and C.A. Gardner, 9th July, 1931 ... The Type is Gardner 2217, in the State Herbarium, Western Australia."

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basionym of: Casuarina campestris subsp. tessellata (C.A.Gardner) L.A.S.Johnson legitimate basionym of: Allocasuarina tessellata (C.A.Gardner) L.A.S.Johnson legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Allocasuarina tessellata (C.A.Gardner) L.A.S.Johnson legitimate

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