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Phaius amboinensis Blume, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
CHAH (2010), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Bletia amboinensis Zipp. ex Blume nom. inval., nom. nud. taxonomic synonym: Phaius graeffei Rchb.f. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Phaius papuanus Schltr. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Phaius amboinensis var. papuanus (Schltr.) Schltr. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Phaius neocaledonicus Rendle legitimate pro parte misapplication: Phaius tancarvilleae (Banks) Blume legitimate by Nicholls, W.H. (1950), The genus Phaius in Australia. The Victorian Naturalist 67(1): 10-15 misapplication: Phaius terrestris (L.) Ormerod legitimate by Ormerod, P.A. (April 1994), Notes on Phaius Lour. section Pesomeria (Lindl.) Pfitzer in Australasia. Australian Orchid Review 59: 14

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Phaius amboinensis Blume

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