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Corynotheca pungens R.J.F.Hend., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Barrett, R.L., Macfarlane, T.D. & Keighery, G.J. (23 March 2021), Taxonomic revision of Corynotheca (Hemerocallidaceae / Asphodelaceae). Telopea 24: 47-49, Figs 5a, 20, & (map) [secondary reference]
  • Type: "Gascoyne R., at crossing by North West Coastal Hwy, c. 15 km by road ENE of Carnarvon, Western Australia, 31 August 1977, E.N.S. Jackson 3092 (holo: AD, n.v.; iso: BRI AQ0424269 [2 sheets], NSW, PERTH 01221485, PERTH 01221493, PERTH 01221507)."
pro parte misapplication: Corynotheca lateriflora var. laevisperma Gauba legitimate by Gauba, E. (1948), Contributions to the Flora of South Australia - I. The Victorian Naturalist 65: 111, 113 common name: Spiny Sand Lily [n/a]

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Corynotheca pungens R.J.F.Hend.

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