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Asplenium athertonense S.B.Andrews, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (29 September 2022), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Asplenium sp. Atherton Tableland (S.B.Andrews 266) [n/a] doubtful taxonomic synonym: Asplenium tinarooense S.B.Andrews legitimate misapplication: Asplenium amoenum C.Presl ex Mett. legitimate by Maiden, J.H. & Betche, E. (1911), Notes from the Botanic Gardens, Sydney. No. 16. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 35(4): 800 misapplication: Asplenium resectum var. amoenum (Mett.) F.M.Bailey legitimate by Bailey, F.M. (1913), Contributions to the Queensland flora. Botany Bulletin. Department of Agriculture, Queensland 17: 9 misapplication: Asplenium unilaterale var. amoenum (Mett.) Domin legitimate by Domin, K. (October 1914), Beitrage zur Flora und Pflanzengeographie Australiens. Bibliotheca Botanica 20(85): 95

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Asplenium athertonense S.B.Andrews

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