Vascular Plants

APC: Anthosachne rectiseta
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APC (version 51405585) published 14/5/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA, SA, NSW, Vic, NI
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Lilianae / Poales / Poaceae / Anthosachne
0 sub taxa
Anthosachne rectiseta (Nees) Barkworth & S.W.L.Jacobs, legitimate Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (2014), Australian Plant Census Vulpia rectiseta Nees, legitimate (1846) nomenclatural synonymFestuca rectiseta (Nees) Walp., legitimate (June 1849) nomenclatural synonymElymus rectisetus (Nees) Á.Löve & Connor, legitimate (1982) nomenclatural synonymVulpia rectisecta A.D.Chapm., orth. var. (1991) nomenclatural synonymAnthosachne australasica Steud., legitimate (1854) taxonomic synonymAnthosachne australasica var. typica C.Yen & J.L.Yang, nom. inval. (2006) taxonomic synonymTriticum scabrum R.Br., legitimatemisapplication by Endlicher, S.F.L. (1833), Prodromus Florae NorfolkicaeAgropyron scabrum (R.Br.) P.Beauv., legitimatemisapplication by Maiden, J.H. (1904), The Flora of Norfolk Island. Part i. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 28(4)Agropyron scabrum (R.Br.) P.Beauv., legitimatemisapplication by Laing, R.M. (1915), A revised list of the Norfolk Island flora, with some notes on the species. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 47Agropyron scabrum (R.Br.) P.Beauv. var. scabrum, legitimatemisapplication by Turner, J.S., Smithers, C.N. & Hoogland, R.D. (1968), The conservation of Norfolk Island

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