Vascular Plants

APC: Callistemon pungens
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APC (version 51346132) published 11/01/20 by amonro
APC Dist.
Qld, NSW
APC Comment
Treated as Melaleuca williamsii in Qld.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Rosanae / Myrtales / Myrtaceae / Callistemon
3 sub taxa
Callistemon pungens Lumley & R.D.Spencer, legitimate CHAH (2010), Australian Plant Census Melaleuca williamsii Craven, legitimate (2006) nomenclatural synonymMelaleuca williamsii Craven subsp. williamsii, legitimate (2009) nomenclatural synonym
Callistemon pungens subsp. fletcheri (Craven) Udovicic & R.D.Spencer, legitimate Udovicic, F. & Spencer, R.D. (16 March 2012), New combinations in Callistemon (Myrtaceae). Muelleria 30(1) Melaleuca williamsii subsp. fletcheri Craven, legitimate (2009) basionymCallistemon pungens subsp. Fletcheri (P.F.Lumley 1120) Australian National Herbarium, [n/a] (2010) taxonomic synonym
Callistemon pungens subsp. synoriensis (Craven) Udovicic & R.D.Spencer, legitimate CHAH (2014), Australian Plant Census Melaleuca williamsii subsp. synoriensis Craven, legitimate (2009) nomenclatural synonymCallistemon sp. aff. pallidus 'Gibraltar Range', [n/a] (2010) taxonomic synonymCallistemon sp. Gibraltar Range (R.Johnstone 1738) NSW Herbarium, [n/a] (2010) taxonomic synonym

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