Vascular Plants

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Leucopogon lanceolatus R.Br., nom. illeg., nom. superfl., scientific nom. nov. apni
Brown, R. (27 March 1810), Prodromus florae Novae Hollandiae et insulae Van-Diemen, exhibens characteres plantarum quas annis 1802-1805: 541 [nom. nov.]
replaced synonym: Styphelia lanceolata Sm. nom. illeg., nom. superfl. taxonomic synonym: Styphelia gnidium Vent. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Styphelia parviflora Andrews legitimate
  • Text: "Styphelia lanceolata. Smith, new holl. 49. exclus. synonymis."
  • Comment: The name ?Leucopogon lanceolatus (Smith) R.Br. var. lanceolatus? is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 1820 (1991), but since the species name is illegitimate this autonym is not established, in accordance with ICN Art. 27.2 (Melbourne Code, 2012).

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nomenclatural synonym of: Styphelia lanceolata Sm. nom. illeg., nom. superfl. taxonomic synonym of: Leucopogon affinis R.Br. legitimate

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