Vascular Plants

APC: Agathis robusta
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APC (version 51695360) published 27/09/22 by amonro
APC Dist.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Pinidae / Pinales / Araucariaceae / Agathis
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Agathis robusta (C.Moore ex F.Muell.) F.M.Bailey, legitimate CHAH (2014), Australian Plant Census Dammara robusta C.Moore ex F.Muell., legitimate (1860) nomenclatural synonymDammara robusta C.Moore ex Parl., isonym (1868) nomenclatural synonymDammera robusta E.M.Ross, orth. var. (1989) nomenclatural synonymDammara sp., [n/a] (1850) taxonomic synonymDammara sp., [n/a] (1855) taxonomic synonymDammara sp., [n/a] (1855) taxonomic synonymDammara sp. The Kaurie Tree of Wide Bay, [n/a] (1855) taxonomic synonymDammara bidwillii M.Guilf., legitimate (1862) taxonomic synonymDammara bidwilli M.Guilf., orth. var. (1862) taxonomic synonymDammara palmerstoni F.Muell., nom. inval., nom. nud. (13 May 1889) taxonomic synonymAgathis palmerstoni F.Muell., nom. inval., pro syn. (1891) taxonomic synonymAgathis palmerstonii F.M.Bailey, legitimate (1891) taxonomic synonymAgathis palmerstoni F.M.Bailey, orth. var. (1891) taxonomic synonymDammara palmerstonii F.Muell., legitimate (1891) taxonomic synonymDammara palmerstoni F.Muell., orth. var. (1891) taxonomic synonymDammara brownii Lem., legitimatemisapplication by Hill, W. in Anonymous (1862), Specimens of woods indigenous to Queensland. Catalogue of the Natural and Industrial Products of QueenslandAgathis brownii (Lem.) L.H.Bailey, legitimatemisapplication by Bailey, L.H. (1933), The Cultivated Conifers of North America

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