Vascular Plants

APC: Spathoglottis
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APC (version 51450140) published 26/10/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
NT, Qld
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Lilianae / Asparagales / Orchidaceae
2 sub taxa
Spathoglottis Blume, legitimate CHAH (28 February 2018), Australian Plant Census Paxtonia Lindl., legitimate (1838) taxonomic synonym
Spathoglottis paulinae F.Muell., legitimate CHAH (28 February 2018), Australian Plant Census Spathoglottis paulineae Dockrill, orth. var. (1993) orthographic variantBletia paulinae F.Muell., nom. inval., pro syn. (1867) taxonomic synonymSpathoglottis soutteriana F.M.Bailey, legitimate (1895) taxonomic synonymSpathoglottis rivularis Schltr., legitimate (1912) taxonomic synonym
Spathoglottis plicata Blume, legitimate CHAH (28 February 2018), Australian Plant Census Bletia angustata Gaudich., legitimate (1829) taxonomic synonymBletia angusta M.A.Clem., orth. var. (August 1989) taxonomic synonymPaxtonia rosea Lindl., legitimate (1838) taxonomic synonymSpathoglottis lilacina Griff., legitimate (1851) taxonomic synonymSpathoglottis spicata Lindl., legitimate (1859) taxonomic synonymSpathoglottis vieillardii Rchb.f., legitimate (1877) taxonomic synonymSpathoglottis daenikeri Kraenzl., legitimate (1929) taxonomic synonymSpathoglottis sp., [n/a] (1969) taxonomic synonym

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