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Notholaena vellea R.Br., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Field, A.R. (2 January 2020), Classification and typification of Australian lycophytes and ferns based on Pteridophyte Phylogeny Group classification PPG I. Australian Systematic Botany 33(1): 46 [secondary reference]
  • Type: "Arnheim [Arnhem] South Bay, Point U [Mount Caledon, Northern Territory], 6 Feb. 1803, R.Brown Iter Austral. 5 (lecto: BM 001044060*; isolectotypes: E 00208926*, K 001057946*, MEL 532934*"
  • Etymology: "Quirk et al. (1983, p. 529) cited the type of the name Notholaena vellea as ?Holotypus. R. Brown 5: Arnheim (Arnhem) South Bay, Point U. (Mount Caledon), N.T., 6.ii. 1803 (BM)?. This is here treated as effective lectotypification by Quirk et al., in accordance with ICN Art. 7.11 (Turland et al. 2018). Because their citation meets the relevant requirements of ICN Art. 7.11, the use of the term ?Holotypus? is correctable under ICN Art. 9.10."

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Notholaena vellea R.Br.

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