Vascular Plants

APC: Pteridium esculentum x Pteridium revolutum
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APC (version 51462914) published 30/11/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
Qld
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Polypodiidae / Polypodiales / Dennstaedtiaceae / Pteridium / Pteridium esculentum
0 sub taxa
Pteridium esculentum (G.Forst.) Cockayne x Pteridium revolutum (Blume) Nakai, legitimate Brownsey, P.J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Dennstaedtiaceae. Flora of Australia 48 Pteris semihastata Wall. ex J.Agardh, legitimate (1839) doubtful taxonomic synonymPteridium semihastatum (Wall. ex J.Agardh) S.B.Andrews, legitimate (1 December 1977) taxonomic synonymPteridium aquilinum var. yarrabense Domin, legitimate (January 1915) taxonomic synonymPteridium yarrabense (Domin) N.A.Wakef., legitimate (1956) taxonomic synonymPteridium caudatum subsp. yarrabense (Domin) Parris, legitimate (1981) taxonomic synonymPteris aquilina var. lanuginosa (Bory ex Willd.) Hook., legitimatemisapplication by Bailey, F.M. in Meston, A. (ed.) (1889), Botany of the Bellenden-Ker Expedition. Report of the Government Scientific Expedition to the Bellenden-Ker Range upon the Flora and Fauna of that part of the ColonyPteris aquilina var. lanuginosa (Bory ex Willd.) Hook., legitimatemisapplication by Bailey, F.M. (1890), A Synopsis of the Queensland Flora Suppl. 3Pteris aquilina var. lanuginosa (Bory ex Willd.) Hook., legitimatemisapplication by Bailey, F.M. (1892), Lithograms of the Ferns of QueenslandPteris aquilina var. lanuginosa (Bory ex Willd.) Hook., legitimatemisapplication by Bailey, F.M. (1902), The Queensland Flora 6

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