Vascular Plants

APC: Grevillea mucronulata
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APC (version 51471237) published 2/12/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Proteanae / Proteales / Proteaceae / Grevillea
0 sub taxa
Grevillea mucronulata R.Br., legitimate CHAH (7 July 2021), Australian Plant Census Grevillea mucronulata R.Br. var. mucronulata, legitimate (1870) nomenclatural synonymHakea mucronulata (R.Br.) Christenh. & Byng, legitimate (2018) nomenclatural synonymLysanthe podalyriifolia Knight, legitimate (1809) taxonomic synonymLysanthe podalyriaefolia J.Wrigley & Fagg, orth. var. (1989) taxonomic synonymLysanthe stylosa Knight, legitimate (1809) taxonomic synonymGrevillea stylosa (Knight) Sweet, legitimate (1818) taxonomic synonymGrevillea acuminata R.Br., legitimate (8 March 1810) taxonomic synonymEmbothrium acuminatum (R.Br.) Dum.Cours., legitimate (1814) taxonomic synonymGrevillea cinerea R.Br., legitimate (8 March 1810) taxonomic synonymGrevillea cinerea R.Br. var. cinerea, legitimate (1856) taxonomic synonymGrevillea myrtacea Sieber ex Schult. & Schult.f., nom. illeg., nom. superfl. (1827) taxonomic synonymGrevillea myrtacea Sieber ex Spreng., legitimate (1827) taxonomic synonymGrevillea cinerea var. myrtacea Meisn., legitimate (1856) taxonomic synonymGrevillea attenuata A.Cunn. ex Meisn., legitimate (1845) taxonomic synonymGrevillea acuminata Meisn., nom. inval., pro syn. (1856) taxonomic synonymGrevillea cinerea var. angustifolia Benth., legitimate (1870) taxonomic synonymGrevillea mucronulata var. angustifolia Benth., legitimate (1870) taxonomic synonym

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