Vascular Plants

APC: Athrotaxis
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APC (version 51438204) published 28/09/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Pinidae / Pinales / Cupressaceae
4 sub taxa
Athrotaxis cupressoides D.Don, legitimate Hill, K.D. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Cupressaceae. Flora of Australia 48 Cunninghamia cupressoides (D.Don) Siebold & Zucc., legitimate (1842) nomenclatural synonymPencil Pine, [n/a] common name
Athrotaxis x laxifolia Hook., legitimate Hill, K.D. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Cupressaceae. Flora of Australia 48 Arthrotaxis laxifolia Hook., orth. var. (1843) orthographic variantAthrotaxis tetragona Hook., legitimate (1843) pro parte taxonomic synonymArthrotaxis tetragona Hook., orth. var. (1843) pro parte taxonomic synonym
Athrotaxis selaginoides D.Don, legitimate CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Cunninghamia selaginoides (D.Don) Siebold & Zucc., legitimate (1842) nomenclatural synonymAthrotaxis selaginoides D.Don var. selaginoides, legitimate (1893) nomenclatural synonymAltingia cunninghamii G.Don, nom. inval., nom. nud. (1830) doubtful taxonomic synonymAltingia cunninghamii Ross, legitimate (1835) doubtful taxonomic synonymAthrotaxis alpina Gordon, nom. inval., pro syn. (1858) taxonomic synonymAthrotaxis gunneana Carrière, legitimate (1867) taxonomic synonymArthrotaxis gunneana Carrière, orth. var. (1867) taxonomic synonym

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