Vascular Plants

APC: Portulaca oleracea
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APC (version 51448368) published 19/10/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA (native and naturalised), CoI (naturalised), ChI (naturalised), AR (naturalised), NT (native and naturalised), SA, Qld (naturalised), CSI (naturalised), NSW, LHI (naturalised), NI (naturalised), ACT, Vic (uncertain origin), Tas
APC Comment
Varietal rank not recognised in CoI, ChI, AR, LHI, NI, ACT, or Tas.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Caryophyllanae / Caryophyllales / Portulacaceae / Portulaca
6 sub taxa
Portulaca oleracea L., legitimate CHAH (2016), Australian Plant Census Portulaca sativa Haw., legitimate (1803) taxonomic synonymPortulaca oleracea var. sativa (Haw.) DC., legitimate (1828) taxonomic synonymPortulaca oleracea var. gracilescens Domin, legitimate (1926) taxonomic synonym
Portulaca oleracea var. Elliott (D.Tulloch NW48) NT Herbarium, [n/a] CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Portulaca sp. Elliott (D.Tulloch NW48) NT Herbarium, [n/a] (March 2007) nomenclatural synonym
Portulaca oleracea var. limestone (M.Evans 3090) NT Herbarium, [n/a] CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Portulaca sp. limestone (M.Evans 3090) NT Herbarium, [n/a] (March 2007) nomenclatural synonym
Portulaca oleracea var. Undoolya (R.A.Perry 3267) NT Herbarium, [n/a] CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Portulaca sp. arid zone (D.J.Parsons 430) NT Herbarium, [n/a] (March 2007) pro parte taxonomic synonym
Portulaca oleracea var. Yuendumu (T.S.Henshall 2868) NT Herbarium, [n/a] CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Portulaca sp. arid zone (D.J.Parsons 430) NT Herbarium, [n/a] (March 2007) pro parte taxonomic synonym

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