Vascular Plants

APC: Acacia aptaneura
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APC (version 51612352) published 9/12/21 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA, Qld
APC Comment
Treated as Acacia aneura var. tenuis in Qld.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Rosanae / Fabales / Fabaceae / Acacia
0 sub taxa
Acacia aptaneura Maslin & J.E.Reid, legitimate CHAH (2014), Australian Plant Census Acacia aneura var. pilbarana Pedley, legitimate (2001) taxonomic synonymRacosperma aneurum var. pilbaranum (Pedley) Pedley, legitimate (3 December 2003) taxonomic synonymAcacia aneura var. tenuis Pedley, legitimate (2001) taxonomic synonymRacosperma aneurum var. tenue (Pedley) Pedley, legitimate (3 December 2003) taxonomic synonymAcacia aneura var. pilbarana Pedley, nom. inval. (9 July 2001) taxonomic synonymAcacia aneura var. tenuis Pedley, nom. inval. (9 July 2001) taxonomic synonymAcacia aneura var. conifera Randell, legitimatepro parte misapplication by Holland, A.E. & Pedley, L. in Henderson, R.J.F. (ed.) (2002), Mimosaceae. Names and Distribution of Queensland Plants, Algae and LichensAcacia aneura var. conifera Randell, legitimatepro parte misapplication by Pedley, L. in Bostock, P.D. & Holland, A.E. (ed.) (2007), Mimosaceae. Census of the Queensland Flora 2007Acacia aneura var. conifera Randell, legitimatepro parte misapplication by Pedley, L. in Bostock, P.D. & Holland, A.E. (ed.) (8 December 2010), Mimosaceae. Census of the Queensland Flora 2010

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