Vascular Plants

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Billardiera scandens Sm., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Cayzer, L.W., Crisp, M.D. & Telford, I.R.H. (9 March 2004), Cladistic analysis and revision of Billardiera (Pittosporaceae). Australian Systematic Botany 17(1): 93-94, Figs 2, 3 (map) [secondary reference]
  • Lectotype: (here designated): the plate t. 1.
taxonomic synonym: Billardiera canariensis J.C.Wendl. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Billardiera angustifolia DC. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Billardiera latifolia Putt. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Billardiera brachyantha F.Muell. ex Klatt legitimate taxonomic synonym: Billardiera scandens var. brachyantha (F.Muell. ex Klatt) Benth. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Billardiera scandens var. sericata E.M.Benn. legitimate doubtful taxonomic synonym: Billardiera daphnoides Knowles & Westc. legitimate common name: Hairy Apple Berry [n/a]

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Billardiera scandens Sm.

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