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Hybanthus monopetalus (Schult.) Domin, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Bennett, E.M. (14 November 1972), A revision of the Australian species of Hybanthus Jacquin (Violaceae). Nuytsia 1(3): 234-235, Fig. 6 (map) [secondary reference] BHL
nomenclatural synonym: Ionidium monopetalum Schult. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Solea monopetala (Schult.) Spreng. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Pigea monopetala (Schult.) Ging. ex DC. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Calceolaria monopetala (Schult.) Hochr. ex Britten nom. inval., nom. nud. taxonomic synonym: Pigea filiformis Ging. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Ionidium linearioides C.Presl legitimate taxonomic synonym: Ionidium filiforme (Ging.) F.Muell. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hybanthus filiformis (Ging.) F.Muell. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hybanthus tatei F.Muell. ex Tate legitimate taxonomic synonym: Calceolaria tatei (Tate) Kuntze legitimate taxonomic synonym: Calceolaria filiformis (Ging.) Kuntze legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hybanthus monopetalus var. abbreviatus Domin legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hybanthus monopetalus var. normalis Domin nom. inval.

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Hybanthus monopetalus (Schult.) Domin

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