Vascular Plants

APC: Phlegmariurus varius
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APC (version 51685572) published 16/05/22 by amonro
APC Dist.
Qld, NSW, LHI, Vic, Tas
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Lycopodiidae / Lycopodiales / Lycopodiaceae / Phlegmariurus
0 sub taxa
Phlegmariurus varius (R.Br.) A.R.Field & Bostock, legitimate CHAH (2014), Australian Plant Census Lycopodium varium R.Br., legitimate (27 March 1810) nomenclatural synonymLycopodium varium R.Br. var. varium, legitimate (27 March 1810) nomenclatural synonymHuperzia varia (R.Br.) Trevis., legitimate (1874) nomenclatural synonymLycopodium selago var. varium (R.Br.) F.Muell., legitimate (1877) nomenclatural synonymUrostachys varius (R.Br.) Herter ex Nessel, legitimate (1939) nomenclatural synonymHuperzia varia (R.Br.) Rothm., isonym (30 September 1944) nomenclatural synonymLycopodium varium var. alpinum R.Br., legitimate (27 March 1810) taxonomic synonymLycopodium varium var. umbrosum R.Br., legitimate (27 March 1810) taxonomic synonymLycopodium pachystachyum Desv., legitimate (1814) taxonomic synonymLycopodium billardierei Spring, legitimate (1841) taxonomic synonymHuperzia billardierei (Spring) Rothm., legitimate (30 September 1944) taxonomic synonymLycopodium myrtifolium G.Forst., legitimatemisapplication by Bentham, G. (March 1878), Flora Australiensis 7Lycopodium myrtifolium G.Forst., legitimatemisapplication by Clifford, H.T. & Constantine, J. (1980), Ferns, Fern Allies and Conifers of AustraliaLycopodium myrtifolium G.Forst., legitimatemisapplication by Andrews, S.B. (1990), Ferns of Queensland

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