Vascular Plants

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Fimbristylis tristachya R.Br., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
CHAH (2012), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Scirpus tristachya Poir. orth. var. nomenclatural synonym: Scirpus tristachyus (R.Br.) Poir. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Fimbristylis ferruginea var. tristachya (R.Br.) Domin legitimate taxonomic synonym: Fimbristylis macrostachya Boeckeler legitimate taxonomic synonym: Fimbristylis subbulbosa Benth. nom. illeg. taxonomic synonym: Iriha macrostachya Kuntze orth. var. taxonomic synonym: Iria macrostachya (Boeckeler) Kuntze legitimate taxonomic synonym: Iriha subbulbosa Kuntze orth. var. taxonomic synonym: Iria subbulbosa (Benth.) Kuntze legitimate misapplication: Fimbristylis schoenoides (Retz.) Vahl legitimate by Blake, S.T. (1947), Notes on Australian Cyperaceae, VII. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 58(2): 45

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Fimbristylis tristachya R.Br.

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