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Belvisia mucronata (Fée) Copel. var. mucronata, legitimate, autonym secondary reference apni
CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Acrostichum spicatum var. schneideri F.M.Bailey legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hymenolepis mucronata f. australiensis C.Chr. legitimate pro parte misapplication: Belvisia spicata (L.f.) Mirb. ex Copel. legitimate by Hovenkamp, P.H. & Franken, N.A.P. (1993), An account of the fern genus Belvisia Mirbel (Polypodiaceae). Blumea 37(2): 524 misapplication: Acrostichum spicatum L.f. legitimate by Mueller, F.J.H. von (1866), Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 5(36): 138 misapplication: Hymenolepis spicata (L.f.) C.Presl legitimate by Bailey, F.M. (1874), Handbook to the Ferns of Queensland: 17, Fig. 10 misapplication: Acrostichum spicatum L.f. legitimate by Bentham, G. (March 1878), Flora Australiensis 7: 780 misapplication: Acrostichum spicatum L.f. legitimate by Bailey, F.M. (1892), Lithograms of the Ferns of Queensland: 187 misapplication: Acrostichum spicatum L.f. legitimate by Moore, C. (1893), Handbook of the Flora of New South Wales: 516 misapplication: Acrostichum spicatum L.f. legitimate by Bailey, F.M. (1902), The Queensland Flora 6: 1994 misapplication: Acrostichum spicatum L.f. legitimate by Bailey, F.M. (1913), Comprehensive Catalogue of Queensland Plants: 649, Fig. 36 misapplication: Hymenolepis spicata (L.f.) C.Presl legitimate by Domin, K. (January 1915), Beitrage zur Flora und Pflanzengeographie Australiens. Bibliotheca Botanica 20(85): 168, Fig. 36 misapplication: Hymenolepis spicata (L.f.) C.Presl legitimate by Maiden, J.H. & Betche, E. (1916), A Census of New South Wales Plants: 5

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Belvisia mucronata (Fée) Copel. var. mucronata

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