Vascular Plants Australian Plant Name Index (APNI)

Showing Fumaria
Papaveraceae Juss.
Fumaria L. , legitimate, scientific
Linnaeus, C. (1 May 1753), Species Plantarum 2: 699 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: (not designated).
Linnaeus, C. (1754), Genera Plantarum Edn. 5: 314 [secondary reference]
Hooker, J.D. (1859), Introductory Essay. The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery ships Erebus and Terror. III. Flora Tasmaniae 2(11): cvi. [secondary reference]
Bailey, F.M. (1913), Comprehensive Catalogue of Queensland Plants: 33 [secondary reference]
Britton, N.L. & Brown, A. (1913), An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British possessions Edn. 2, 2: 146 [secondary reference]
  • Type: Fumaria officinalis L.
Black, J.M. (1924), Casuarinaceae - Euphorbiaceae. Flora of South Australia 2: 240-241 [secondary reference]
common name: Fumitory [n/a]
  • Etymology: Fumaria is the Spanish and Medieval Latin name of these plants: "smoke of the earth" perhaps from the French fumeterre, which is also the origin of our fumitory: said to allude to the smoky smell of some species.
Black, J.M. (January 1948), Casuarinaceae-Euphorbiaceae. Flora of South Australia Edn. 2, 2: 367 [secondary reference]
  • Etymology: "Fumaria is the Spanish and Medieval Latin name of these plants; another Medieval Latin name is fumus terrae, "smoke of the earth," perhaps from the French fumeterre, which is also the origin of our fumitory; said to allude to the smoky smell of some species."
Curtis, W.M. (1956), The Student's Flora of Tasmania 1: 28 [secondary reference]
common name: Fumitory [n/a]
Beadle, N.C.W., Evans, O.D. & Carolin, R.C. (1962), Handbook of the Vascular Plants of the Sydney District and Blue Mountains: 138 [secondary reference]
Eichler, Hj. (1965), Supplement to J.M.Black's Flora of South Australia (Second Edition, 1943-1957): 152-153 [secondary reference]
Burbidge, N.T. & Gray, M. (1970), Flora of the Australian Capital Territory: 178 [secondary reference]
Curtis, W.M. & Morris, D.I. (1975), Angiospermae: Ranunculaceae to Myrtaceae. The Student's Flora of Tasmania Edn. 2, 1: 29 [secondary reference]
common name: Fumitory [n/a]
Cronquist, A.J. (1981), An Integrated System of Classification of Flowering Plants: 149 [secondary reference]
Jacobs, S.W.L. & Pickard, J. (1981), Plants of New South Wales: 131 [secondary reference]
Ross, E.M. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1984), Fumariaceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 1: 196-198 [secondary reference]
Bennett, E.M. in Marchant, N.G., Wheeler, J.R., Rye, B.L., Bennett, E.M., Lander, N.S. & Macfarlane, T.D. (1987), Fumariaceae. Flora of the Perth Region 1: 69 [secondary reference]
Harden, G.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (1990), Fumariaceae. Flora of New South Wales 1: 173-175 [secondary reference]
common name: Fumitories [n/a]
Lidén, M. in Kubitzki, K. (ed.) (1993), Fumariaceae. The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants 2: 316 [secondary reference]
Green, P.S. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (1994), Norfolk Island & Lord Howe Island. Flora of Australia 49: 57 [secondary reference]
Walsh, N.G. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1996), Fumariaceae. Flora of Victoria 3: 76 [secondary reference]
Harden, G.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2000), Fumariaceae. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 1: 173 [secondary reference]
common name: Fumitories [n/a]
Wheeler, J.R., Marchant, N.G. & Lewington, M. (2002), Dicotyledons. Flora of the South West 2: 617 [secondary reference]
CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census: - [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Fumaria sect. Sphaerocapnos DC. legitimate
Walsh, N.G. & Norton, G.M. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2007), Fumaria. Flora of Australia 2: 405-406 APC [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Fumaria sect. Sphaerocapnos DC. legitimate
  • APC Dist.: WA (naturalised), NT (naturalised), SA (naturalised), Qld (naturalised), NSW (naturalised), LHI (naturalised), NI (naturalised), ACT (naturalised), Vic (naturalised), Tas (naturalised)
Mabberley, D.J. (1 May 2008), Mabberley's Plant-Book Edn. 3: 346 [secondary reference]