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Psammagrostis wiseana C.A.Gardner & C.E.Hubb., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Barrett, R.L., Peterson, P.M. & Romaschenko, K. (21 August 2020), A molecular phylogeny of Eragrostis (Poaceae: Chloridoideae: Eragrostideae): making lovegrass monophyletic in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 33: 474 [secondary reference]
  • Text: "AUSTRALIA: Western Australia, Gascoyne River; Manberrie [Manberry] Station, drift sand on hills, 15 Aug. 1931, C.A.Gardner 3035 (lecto: K 000907178 [image seen (JSTOR 2019)]; isolecto: BRI AQ0340069 [image seen (JSTOR 2019)], K 000907179 [image seen (JSTOR 2019)], PERTH 00981354!, PERTH 00981362!, PERTH 00981370!)."
  • Comment: Lectotypification of Psammagrostis wiseana C.A.Gardner & C.E.Hubb. was not effected by Barrett et al. under ICN Art. 7.11 (Shenzhen Code, 2018), as they omitted the phrase "here designated" (or an equivalent) from their typification statement.

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Psammagrostis wiseana C.A.Gardner & C.E.Hubb.

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