Vascular Plants

APC: Senecio pinnatifolius var. alpinus
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APC (version 51209180) published 4/1/16 by import
APC Dist.
NSW, ACT, Vic, Tas
APC Comment
R.O.Belcher, Austral. Syst. Bot. 7: 75-76 (1994) lists "Senecio rupicola (A.Rich.) DC." in synonymy of Senecio rupicola A. Rich. Although material cited by de Candolle (Prodr. 6: 372 (1838)) comprises more than one taxon, this is regarded here as a secondary reference rather than publication of a new name. Similarly, L.Rodway, Tasman. Fl. 93 (1903) lists "var. pleiocephalus" under his treatment of S. pectinatus. R.O.Belcher, Muelleria 9: 127 (1996) treated this as a new name, but it is here regarded as a secondary reference to Senecio pectinatus var. pleiocephalus Benth. Belcher's name, Senecio pinnatifolius var. pleiocephalus, is therefore invalid (lacking a Latin diagnosis: ICBN Art. 36.1 (2006)).
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Asteranae / Asterales / Asteraceae / Senecio / Senecio pinnatifolius
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Senecio pinnatifolius var. alpinus (Ali) I.Thomps., legitimate Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (2011), Australian Plant Census Senecio lautus subsp. alpinus Ali, legitimate (1969) nomenclatural synonymSenecio rupicola A.Rich., legitimate (1834) doubtful taxonomic synonymSenecio pinnatifolius var. pleiocephalus Belcher, nom. inval. (24 July 1996) taxonomic synonymSenecio pectinatus var. pleiocephalus Benth., legitimatemisapplication by Rodway, L. (1903), The Tasmanian Flora

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