Vascular Plants

APC: Belvisia mucronata var. mucronata
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APC (version 51253172) published 23/07/18 by kcowley
APC Dist.
Qld, NSW
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Polypodiidae / Polypodiales / Polypodiaceae / Belvisia / Belvisia mucronata
0 sub taxa
Belvisia mucronata (Fée) Copel. var. mucronata, legitimate CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Acrostichum spicatum var. schneideri F.M.Bailey taxonomic synonymHymenolepis mucronata f. australiensis C.Chr. taxonomic synonymAcrostichum spicatum L.f. misapplied by Mueller, F.J.H. von (1866), Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 5(36)Acrostichum spicatum L.f. misapplied by Bentham, G. (1878), Flora Australiensis 7Acrostichum spicatum L.f. misapplied by Bailey, F.M. (1892), Lithograms of the Ferns of QueenslandAcrostichum spicatum L.f. misapplied by Moore, C. & Betche, E. (1893), Handbook of the Flora of New South WalesAcrostichum spicatum L.f. misapplied by Bailey, F.M. (1902), The Queensland Flora 6Acrostichum spicatum L.f. misapplied by Bailey, F.M. (1913), Comprehensive Catalogue of Queensland Plants.Belvisia spicata (L.f.) Mirb. ex Copel. pro parte misapplied by Hovenkamp, P.H. & Frahken, N.A.P. (1993), An account of the fern genus Belvisia Mirbel (Polypodiaceae). Blumea 37(2)Hymenolepis spicata (L.f.) C.Presl misapplied by Bailey, F.M. (1874), Handbook to the Ferns of QueenslandHymenolepis spicata (L.f.) C.Presl misapplied by Domin, K. (1915), Beitrage zur Flora und Pflanzengeographie Australiens. Bibliotheca Botanica 20(85)Hymenolepis spicata (L.f.) C.Presl misapplied by Maiden, J.H. & Betche, E. (1916), A Census of New South Wales Plants

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