Vascular Plants

APC: Genista monspessulana
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APC (version 51257248) published 30/07/18 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA (naturalised), SA (naturalised), Qld (naturalised), NSW (naturalised), ACT (naturalised), NI (naturalised), Vic (naturalised), Tas (naturalised)
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Rosanae / Fabales / Fabaceae / Genista
0 sub taxa
Genista monspessulana (L.) L.A.S.Johnson, legitimate CHAH (2011), Australian Plant Census Cytisus monspessulanus L., legitimate (1753) nomenclatural synonymTeline monspessulana (L.) K.Koch, legitimate (1869) nomenclatural synonymCytisus canariensis (L.) Kuntze, legitimate (1891) nomenclatural synonymCytisus monspessulana S.W.L.Jacobs & J.Pickard, orth. var. (1981) nomenclatural synonymGenista canariensis L., legitimate (1753) taxonomic synonymGenista candicans L., legitimate (1755) taxonomic synonymCytisus candicans (L.) Lam., legitimate (1778) taxonomic synonymTeline maderensis Webb & Berthel., legitimate (1844) taxonomic synonymGenista maderensis (Webb & Berthel.) Lowe, legitimate (1868) taxonomic synonymCytisus canariensis (L.) Kuntze, legitimatemisapplication by Black, J.M. (1948), Casuarinaceae-Euphorbiaceae. Flora of South Australia Edn. 2, 2Cytisus canariensis (L.) Kuntze, legitimatemisapplication by Green, J.W. (1985), Census of the Vascular Plants of Western Australia Edn. 2Genista maderensis (Webb & Berthel.) Lowe, legitimatemisapplication by Eichler, Hj. (1965), Supplement to J.M.Black's Flora of South Australia (Second Edition, 1943-1957)

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