Vascular Plants

APC: Dysphania carinata
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APC (version 51377553) published 25/11/20 by amonro
APC Dist.
Qld, NSW, Vic
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Caryophyllanae / Caryophyllales / Chenopodiaceae / Dysphania
0 sub taxa
Dysphania carinata (R.Br.) Mosyakin & Clemants, legitimate CHAH (2008), Australian Plant Census Chenopodium carinatum R.Br., legitimate (27 March 1810) nomenclatural synonymSalsola carinata (R.Br.) Spreng., legitimate (1824) nomenclatural synonymAmbrina carinata (R.Br.) Moq., legitimate (1840) nomenclatural synonymAmbrina carinata (R.Br.) Moq. var. carinata, legitimate (1840) nomenclatural synonymBlitum carinatum (R.Br.) Steud., legitimate (August 1840) nomenclatural synonymBlitum carinatum (R.Br.) Moq., isonym (1849) nomenclatural synonymChenopodium carinatum R.Br. f. carinatum, legitimate (1921) nomenclatural synonymChenopodium carinatum R.Br. var. carinatum, legitimate (1922) nomenclatural synonymAmbrina carinata var. parvifolia Moq., legitimate (1840) taxonomic synonymBlitum glandulosum var. parvifolium (Moq.) Moq., legitimate (1849) taxonomic synonymChenopodium cristatum var. holopterum Thell., legitimate (1919) taxonomic synonymChenopodium cristatum f. holopterum Thell., legitimate (1919) taxonomic synonymChenopodium holopterum (Thell.) Thell. & Aellen, legitimate (1928) taxonomic synonymChenopodium carinatum f. foliosum Domin, legitimate (1921) taxonomic synonymChenopodium carinatum var. holopterum Aellen, nom. inval. (1933) taxonomic synonym

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