Vascular Plants Australian Plant Name Index (APNI)

Showing Brassica x juncea
Brassicaceae Burnett
Brassica x juncea (L.) Czern. , legitimate, named hybrid
Czernajew, V.M. (1859), Conspectus Plantarum circa Charcoviam et in Ucrania sponte cresentium et vulgo cultarum: 8 [comb. nov.]
basionym: Sinapis juncea L. legitimate
Black, J.M. (January 1948), Casuarinaceae-Euphorbiaceae. Flora of South Australia Edn. 2, 2: 377 [secondary reference]
Hartley, W. (1953), Standardized Plant Names: a revised list of standard common names for the more important Australian grasses, other pasture plants, and weeds. Bulletin (CSIRO) 272: 75 [secondary reference]
Beadle, N.C.W., Evans, O.D. & Carolin, R.C. (1962), Handbook of the Vascular Plants of the Sydney District and Blue Mountains: 141 [secondary reference]
common name: Indian Mustard [n/a]
Cunningham, G.M., Mulham, W.E., Milthorpe, P.L. & Leigh, J.H. (1981), Plants of Western New South Wales: 318-319 [secondary reference]
common name: Leaf Mustard [n/a] common name: Indian Mustard [n/a] common name: Chinese Mustard [n/a]
Jacobs, S.W.L. & Pickard, J. (1981), Plants of New South Wales: 91 [secondary reference]
Hewson, H.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Brassicaceae. Flora of Australia 8: 239, map 265 [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Sinapis juncea L. legitimate common name: Indian Mustard [n/a]
  • APC Comment: An amphidiploid, derived from Brassica nigra (x = 8) x B. rapa (x = 10), probably not native anywhere and derived from cultivated parents (S. Snogerup, pers. comm. 2006).
  • APC Dist.: WA (naturalised), NT (naturalised), SA (naturalised), Qld (naturalised), NSW (naturalised), NI (naturalised), Vic (doubtfully naturalised), Tas (doubtfully naturalised)
Ross, E.M. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1984), Brassicaceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 1: 205, 207, Fig. 31B [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Sinapis juncea L. legitimate common name: Indian Mustard [n/a]
  • Comment: Cited as Brassica juncea.
Green, J.W. (1985), Census of the Vascular Plants of Western Australia Edn. 2: 79 [secondary reference]
Rye, B.L. in Marchant, N.G., Wheeler, J.R., Rye, B.L., Bennett, E.M., Lander, N.S. & Macfarlane, T.D. (1987), Brassicaceae. Flora of the Perth Region 1: 161 [secondary reference]
common name: Indian Mustard [n/a]
Green, P.S. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (1994), Norfolk Island & Lord Howe Island. Flora of Australia 49: 135 [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Sinapis juncea L. legitimate common name: Indian Mustard [n/a]
Entwisle, T.J. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1996), Brassicaceae. Flora of Victoria 3: 404, fig. 82h-j [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Sinapis juncea L. legitimate common name: Chinese Mustard [n/a] common name: Brown Mustard [n/a] common name: Indian Mustard [n/a]
Retter, L. & Harden, G.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2000), Brassicaceae. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 1: 462-463 [secondary reference]
common name: Indian Mustard [n/a]
CHAH (2014), Australian Plant Census: - APC [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Sinapis juncea L. legitimate isonym: Brassica x juncea (L.) Coss. isonym isonym: Brassica x juncea (L.) Hook.f. & Thomson isonym
  • APC Comment: An amphidiploid, derived from Brassica nigra (x = 8) x B. rapa (x = 10), probably not native anywhere and derived from cultivated parents (S. Snogerup, pers. comm. 2006).
  • APC Dist.: WA (naturalised), NT (naturalised), SA (naturalised), Qld (naturalised), NSW (naturalised), NI (naturalised), Vic (doubtfully naturalised), Tas (doubtfully naturalised)
de Salas, M.F. & Baker, M.L. (2016), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania, including Macquarie Island: 25 [secondary reference]
Baker, M.L., Wapstra, M. & Lawrence, D. (20 August 2019), An annotated census of the lesser-known naturalised plants of Tasmania. Muelleria 38: 35 [secondary reference]
common name: Indian mustard [n/a]