Vascular Plants

APC: Alloxylon
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APC (version 51436071) published 24/09/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
Qld, NSW
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Proteanae / Proteales / Proteaceae
3 sub taxa
Alloxylon flammeum P.H.Weston & Crisp, legitimate Crisp, M.D. & Weston, P.H. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1995), Alloxylon. Flora of Australia 16 Embothrium wickhamii W.Hill & F.Muell., legitimatemisapplication by Bailey, F.M. (1899), List of trees of the Herberton district which would furnish woods of a useful character. Queensland Agricultural Journal 5(4)Red Silky Oak, [n/a] common nameQueensland Waratah, [n/a] common name
Alloxylon pinnatum (Maiden & Betche) P.H.Weston & Crisp, legitimate Crisp, M.D. & Weston, P.H. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1995), Alloxylon. Flora of Australia 16 Embothrium wickhamii var. pinnatum Maiden & Betche, legitimate (1911) nomenclatural synonymEmbothrium pinnatum (Maiden & Betche) C.T.White, nom. illeg. (1949) nomenclatural synonymOreocallis pinnata (Maiden & Betche) Sleumer, legitimate (1954) nomenclatural synonym
Alloxylon wickhamii (W.Hill & F.Muell.) P.H.Weston & Crisp, legitimate CHAH (2005), Australian Plant Census Embothrium wickhamii W.Hill & F.Muell., legitimate (1874) nomenclatural synonymOreocallis wickhamii W.Hill, legitimate (1874) nomenclatural synonymEmbothrium wickhamii W.Hill & F.Muell. var. wickhamii, legitimate (1911) nomenclatural synonymOreocallis wickhamii (W.Hill & F.Muell.) Sleumer, nom. illeg. (1954) nomenclatural synonymEmbothrium wickhami W.Hill & F.Muell., orth. var. (1874) taxonomic synonymOreocallis wickhamii W.Hill & F.Muell., nom. inval., pro syn. (1874) taxonomic synonym

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