Vascular Plants

APC: Linaceae
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APC (version 51436071) published 24/09/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA (native and naturalised), SA (native and naturalised), Qld (native and naturalised), NSW (native and naturalised), NI (naturalised), ACT (native and naturalised), Vic (native and naturalised), Tas (native and naturalised)
APC Comment
Hugoniaceae is treated as a distinct taxon in Qld, comprising Hugonia.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Rosanae / Malpighiales
13 sub taxa
Linaceae DC. ex Perleb, nom. cons. CHAH (2008), Australian Plant Census Lineae Perleb, orth. var. (1818) orthographic variantHugoniaceae Arn., legitimate (1834) taxonomic synonym
Hugonia L., legitimate CHAH (2007), Australian Plant Census Durandea Planch., nom. cons. (1847) taxonomic synonym
Hugonia jenkinsii F.Muell., legitimate CHAH (2007), Australian Plant Census Durandea jenkinsii (F.Muell.) Stapf, legitimate (1909) nomenclatural synonym
Linum bienne Mill., legitimate CHAH (2007), Australian Plant Census Linum angustifolium Huds., legitimate (1778) taxonomic synonym
Linum marginale A.Cunn., legitimate CHAH (2007), Australian Plant Census Linum marginale A.Cunn. ex Planch., isonym (1848) isonymLinum marginale A.Cunn. var. marginale, legitimate (1883) nomenclatural synonymLinum marginale var. australe Wawra, legitimate (1883) taxonomic synonym
Reinwardtia indica Dumort., legitimate CHAH (2007), Australian Plant Census Linum trigynum Roxb., nom. illeg. (1799) taxonomic synonymReinwardtia trigyna Planch., legitimate (1848) taxonomic synonym

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