Vascular Plants

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Pteridaceae E.D.M.Kirchn.
Cheilanthes tenuifolia f. glabrata Domin , legitimatescientific apni Domin, K. (January 1915), Beitrage zur Flora und Pflanzengeographie Australiens. Bibliotheca Botanica 20(85): 142 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "North Australia: North Coast Islands (R. BROWN Iter Australiense 1802–1805 No. 60 Pteris nudiuscula). – No. 61 (ebenfalls N. C. Isl.) ist minder typisch, die Blätter sind mehr geteilt mit schmäleren Fiederchen und Segmenten und erinnern somit an Sbsp. tenuifolia. ... Queenlsland: Somerset, Cape York, rocky hills, sehr typisch! – Felsige Lehnen oberhalb des Walsh River nördlich von Chillagoe, DOMIN 1910; Chillagoe-Distrikt: Metal Mountains, DOMIN 1910, eine sehr typisch, ungewöhnlich grosse, bis 40 cm hohe Form, die entweder beinahe ganz kahl oder nur äusserst schwach behaart ist; auf den sonnigen Karsthügeln bei Chillagoe sammelte ich auch eine zu Sbsp. Sieberi neigende Form. ... Java, Cheribon; eine kleine, aber sehr typishe, an Pteris erinnernde, wenig geteilte Form, die sehr schwach behaaert ist (α–β)."

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nomenclatural synonym of: Cheilanthes nudiuscula (R.Br.) T.Moore legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Cheilanthes nudiuscula (R.Br.) T.Moore legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Cheilanthes nudiuscula (R.Br.) T.Moore legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Cheilanthes nudiuscula (R.Br.) T.Moore legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Cheilanthes nudiuscula (R.Br.) T.Moore legitimate

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