Vascular Plants

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Davallia pedata Sm., nom. illeg., nom. superfl., scientific nom. nov. apni
Smith, J.E (1793), Tentamen botanicum de filicum generibus dorsiferarum. Memoires de l'Academie Royale des Sciences (Turin) 5: 415 [nom. nov.]
replaced synonym: Adiantum repens L.f. legitimate
  • Text: "Omnes fere species gaudent surculis repentibus squamosis , nomen hujus triviale , a Linnaeo filio datum , necesse itaque mutandum est."
  • Comment: nom. illeg., nom. superfl., as the epithet repens was available in Davallia in 1793 and thus ought to have been adopted by Smith.

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replaced synonym of: Humata pedata J.Sm. nom. illeg., nom. superfl. nomenclatural synonym of: Davallia repens (L.f.) Kuhn legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Davallia repens (L.f.) Kuhn legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Humata repens (L.f.) Small ex Diels legitimate

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