Vascular Plants

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Daviesia mimosoides var. laxiflora (J.H.Willis) J.H.Willis, legitimate, scientific comb. nov. apni
Willis, J.H. (1967), Systematic Notes on the Indigenous Australian Flora. Muelleria 1(3): 123 [comb. nov.]
basionym: Daviesia corymbosa var. laxiflora J.H.Willis legitimate

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nomenclatural synonym of: Daviesia laxiflora (J.H.Willis) Crisp legitimate pro parte taxonomic synonym of: Daviesia laxiflora (J.H.Willis) Crisp legitimate pro parte taxonomic synonym of: Daviesia laxiflora (J.H.Willis) Crisp legitimate pro parte taxonomic synonym of: Daviesia laevis Crisp legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Daviesia laxiflora (J.H.Willis) Crisp legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Daviesia laxiflora (J.H.Willis) Crisp legitimate pro parte misapplication: Daviesia mimosoides var. laxiflora (J.H.Willis) J.H.Willis legitimate by Willis, J.H. (1967), Systematic Notes on the Indigenous Australian Flora. Muelleria 1(3): 123

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