Vascular Plants

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Cheilanthes vellea (Aiton) F.Muell., legitimate, scientific comb. nov. apni
Mueller, F.J.H. von (1866), Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 5(36): 123 [comb. nov.] BHL
basionym: Acrostichum velleum Aiton legitimate
  • Comment: See comments on this name by P.S.Green, Kew Bull. 43 (1988) 654?655 and whether the combination is based on Brown's epithet or Aiton's. See also W.Greuter, Boissiera 13 (1967) 26. As treated by Greuter, loc. cit. as Green, loc. cit. this name does not apply to Australian taxa.

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nomenclatural synonym of: Gymnogramma brownii Kuhn legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Cheilanthes brownii (Kuhn) Domin legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Notholaena brownii Desv. nom. illeg., nom. superfl. pro parte misapplication: Cheilanthes vellea (Aiton) F.Muell. legitimate by Mueller, F.J.H. von (1866), Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 5(36): 123

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