Vascular Plants

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Platysace lanceolata (Labill.) Druce, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
CHAH (2011), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Azorella lanceolata Labill. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Trachymene lanceolata (Labill.) Spreng. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Siebera billardierei var. lanceolata (Labill.) Benth. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Trachymene billardierei var. lanceolata (Labill.) Domin legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Siebera lanceolata (Labill.) Druce legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Trachymene lanceolata var. typica Domin nom. inval. nomenclatural synonym: Trachymene lanceolata (Labill.) Spreng. var. lanceolata legitimate taxonomic synonym: Fischera lanceolata (Labill.) Sm. nom. illeg. taxonomic synonym: Siebera billardierei Benth. var. billardierei legitimate taxonomic synonym: Siebera billardierei Benth. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Trachymene billardierei (Benth.) F.Muell. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Trachymene billardierei (Benth.) F.Muell. var. billardierei legitimate isonym: Trachymene billardierei var. lanceolata (Labill.) Maiden & Betche isonym

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Platysace lanceolata (Labill.) Druce

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