Vascular Plants Australian Plant Name Index (APNI)

Showing Rubus cissburiensis
Rosaceae Juss.
Rubus cissburiensis W.C.Barton & Ridd. , legitimate, scientific
Barton, W.C. & Riddelsdell, H.J. (1931), Journal of Botany, British and Foreign 69: 238 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "The species has been recorded from N. Wilts v.c. 7, Aldbourne; N. Hants v.c. 12, Baymore Hill; W. Sussex v.c. 13, in great quantity on the Downs about Cissbury, Clapham Wood, and the Devil's Dyke, as well as on the lower ground!; E. Sussex v.c. 14, Downs near Falmer!; E. Kent v.c. 15, Sandling Park! (a shade form, but unmistakable); W. Kent v.c. 16, Halstead, Sevenoaks to Seal, etc.; Surrey v.c. 17, Streatham, Tooting, Barnes, Wimbledon Commons!, Putney Heath!, Barnstead Down!, Limpsfield Common!, Churt! etc. ... (in Herb. Bart. & Ridd.), Ref. nos. 1505 (typus), ... Note: Ref. no. 1505 (typus). Under this number we have arranged a series of sheets showing the variation of the species on Cissbury; one sheet has been selected and labelled as holotype."
Watson, W.C.R. (1958), Handbook to the Rubi of Great Britain and Ireland: 93 [taxonomic synonym]
taxonomic synonym of: Rubus separinus Genev. legitimate
Willis, J.H. (1973), A Handbook to Plants in Victoria Edn. 2, 2: 206 [secondary reference]
Amor, R.L. & Miles, B.A. (5 July 1975), Taxonomy and distribution of Rubus fruticosus L. Agg. (Rosaceae) naturalized in Victoria. Muelleria 3(1): 47 BHL [secondary reference]
Jeanes, J.A. & Jobson, P.C. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1996), Rosaceae. Flora of Victoria 3: 573-574, Fig. 117k [secondary reference]
misapplication: Rubus separinus Genev. legitimate by Watson, W.C.R. (1958), Handbook to the Rubi of Great Britain and Ireland: 93 common name: Blackberry [n/a]
Evans, K.J., Symon, D.E., Whalen, M.A., Hosking, J.R., Barker, R.M. & Oliver, J.A. (22 June 2007), Systematics of the Rubus fruticosus aggregate (Rosaceae) and other exotic Rubus taxa in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 20: 215, Figs 16, 17 APC [secondary reference]
  • APC Dist.: Vic (naturalised)