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Lomatia silaifolia (Sm.) R.Br. var. silaifolia, legitimate, autonym secondary reference apni
Wrigley, J.W. & Fagg, M. (1989), Banksias, Waratahs & Grevilleas and all other plants in the Australian Proteaceae family: 451-452 (map) [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Embothrium silaifolium Sm. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Grevillea silaifolia Donn nom. inval., nom. nud. nomenclatural synonym: Tricondylus silaifolius (Sm.) Knight nom. rej. taxonomic synonym: Embothrium herbaceum Cav. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Embothrium crithmifolium Steud. nom. inval., pro syn. common name: fern-leaved lomatia [n/a] common name: wild parsley [n/a] common name: crinkle bush [n/a]
  • Etymology: "From the genus Silaus (now Silaum), a member of the parsley family, and Latin folium, a leaf, referring to the resemblance of the leaves to those of that genus."

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Lomatia silaifolia (Sm.) R.Br. var. silaifolia

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