Vascular Plants

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Dichoglottis australis Schltdl., legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Schlechtendal, D.F.L. von (1847), Sudaustralische Pflanzen. II. Bestimmung und Beschreibung der von Dr Behr in Sudaustralien gesammelten Pflanzen. Linnaea: ein Journal für die Botanik in ihrem ganzen Umfange, oder Beiträge zur Pflanzenkunde 20: 631 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Auf Sandboden bei Bethanien" (Behr) [given by Y.I.Barkhoudah, Wentia 9 (1962) 147 as "Australia: Victoria: Bethania, Schlechtendal s.n. (HAL)"].

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basionym of: Gypsophila australis (Schltdl.) A.Gray legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Gypsophila tubulosa (Jaub. & Spach) Boiss. legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Gypsophila tubulosa (Jaub. & Spach) Boiss. legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Gypsophila australis (Schltdl.) A.Gray legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Gypsophila australis (Schltdl.) A.Gray legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Gypsophila australis (Schltdl.) A.Gray legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Gypsophila australis (Schltdl.) A.Gray legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Gypsophila australis (Schltdl.) A.Gray legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Gypsophila tubulosa (Jaub. & Spach) Boiss. legitimate

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