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Phaius tancarvilleae (Banks) Blume, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
CHAH (2005), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
orthographic variant: Phaius tankervilliae Rupp orth. var. orthographic variant: Phaius tancarvilliae H.B.Carter orth. var. orthographic variant: Phaius tankervilleae Seidenf. orth. var. nomenclatural synonym: Limodorum tancarvilleae Banks legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Limodorum incarvillei Pers. nom. illeg., nom. superfl. nomenclatural synonym: Bletia tancarvilleae (Banks) R.Br. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Phaius incarvillei Kuntze nom. illeg., nom. superfl. taxonomic synonym: Phaius grandifolius Lour. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Pachyne spectabilis Salisb. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Phaius blumei Lindl. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Phaius grandifolius var. superbus Van Houtte legitimate taxonomic synonym: Phaius carronii F.Muell. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Phaius leucophaeus F.Muell. legitimate misapplication: Phaius wallichii Lindl. legitimate by Wallich, N. (7 June 1831), Plantae Asiaticae Rariores 2(7): 46
  • Comment: This taxon was named after the Countess of Tankerville, whose name was deliberately latinised to 'tancarvilleae'. This form accords with ICBN Arts. 60.1, 60.11 and Rec. 60A and should be used.
  • APC Dist.: Qld

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Phaius tancarvilleae (Banks) Blume

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