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Microlepia speluncae (L.) T.Moore, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (2006), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Polypodium speluncae L. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Aspidium speluncae (L.) Willd. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Davallia speluncae (L.) Baker legitimate taxonomic synonym: Dicksonia polypodioides Sw. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Davallia flaccida R.Br. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Trichomanes flaccida (R.Br.) Poir. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Microlepia flaccida (R.Br.) J.Sm. legitimate pro parte misapplication: Dicksonia davallioides R.Br. legitimate by Bentham, G. (March 1878), Flora Australiensis 7: 713 misapplication: Dennstaedtia davallioides (R.Br.) T.Moore legitimate by Maiden, J.H. (1904), The Flora of Norfolk Island. Part i. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 28(4): 737

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Microlepia speluncae (L.) T.Moore

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