Vascular Plants

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Campanulaceae Juss.
Wahlenbergia communis Carolin , legitimate scientific apni Carolin, R.C. (15 January 1965), Taxonomic and nomenclatural notes on the genus Wahlenbergia in Australia. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 89(2): 237-239 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "holotype - Glen Innes N.S.W., on roadsides – disturbed soils in pastoral country. R.Carolin No. 2095, 1.1961 (NSW)."
  • Text: "Campanula capillaris Lodd., Bot. Cab., 15: 1406 (1828), was published in a nurseryman's catalogue and neither the illustration nor inadequate description is such that the original plant can be identified. There is no reference to any previously published epithet, specific or varietal. It has not been possible to trace any material appertaining to this description. Indeed, the description is scarcely one at all, but was intended as a guide to gardeners who wanted to grow the particular plants supplied by Loddiges' nursery, not as a diagnosis. The illustration is at variance with the description. The binomial is herewith treated as a nomen nudum and therefore invalid."

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