Vascular Plants

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Helichrysum bicolor Lindl., legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Lindley, J. in Lindley, J. (ed.) (1835), Edwards's Botanical Register 21: t. 1814 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "A beautiful new hardy annual introduced by Mr. Low of the Clapton Nursery ... It is a native of Van Diemen's Land, whence our excellent correspondent Mr. Gunn has sent beautiful specimens (No. 111), agreeing in all respects with the cultivated plant."

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basionym of: Gnaphalium bicolor (Lindl.) Sch.Bip. legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Helichrysum bracteatum (Vent.) Andrews legitimate basionym of: Helichrysum bracteatum var. bicolor (Lindl.) L.H.Bailey legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Helichrysum bracteatum (Vent.) Andrews legitimate basionym of: Bracteantha bicolor (Lindl.) Anderb. & Haegi legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Bracteantha bracteata (Vent.) Anderb. & Haegi legitimate basionym of: Xerochrysum bicolor (Lindl.) R.J.Bayer legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Xerochrysum bicolor (Lindl.) R.J.Bayer legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Xerochrysum bicolor (Lindl.) R.J.Bayer legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Xerochrysum bicolor (Lindl.) R.J.Bayer legitimate

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