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Showing Cheilanthes tenuifolia subsp. queenslandica
Type: "N.E.-Queensland: bei dem Bache im Eukalyptus-Walde in der Nähe des Cape False bei Yarraba, nicht weit von dem Meeresufer, DOMIN 1910."
Comment: Alternative name to Cheilanthes tenuifolia subsp. queenslandica Domin, which is the name given in the text on p. 145 – the above name being merely given on the caption to the figure. See also F.M.Bailey, Queensland Dept. Agric. Bot. Bull. 17 (1913) 6 who published the name but did not accept it stating "I cannot see how Dr Domin's two subspecies, C. shirleyana and C. queenslandica, can be distinguished from C. tenuifolia, Sw., which differs so very much from various localities." Bailey's publication predates Domin's – Bailey having access to Domin's page proofs.