Vascular Plants

APC: Alloteropsis semialata
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APC (version 51727430) published 30/5/23 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA, NT, Qld, NSW
APC Comment
Although the name Coridochloa semialata is sometimes cited as having been published by Nees in a footnote in Edin. New Philos. J. 15: 381 (1833) the combination does not appear there.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Lilianae / Poales / Poaceae / Alloteropsis
0 sub taxa
Alloteropsis semialata (R.Br.) Hitchc., legitimate Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (2009), Australian Plant Census Panicum semialatum R.Br., legitimate (27 March 1810) nomenclatural synonymUrochloa semialata (R.Br.) Kunth, legitimate (1829) nomenclatural synonymOplismenus semialatus (R.Br.) Desv., legitimate (1831) nomenclatural synonymCoridochloa semialata Nees, legitimate (1850) nomenclatural synonymAxonopus semialatus (R.Br.) Hook.f., legitimate (April 1896) nomenclatural synonymPaspalum semialatum (R.Br.) Dalla Torre & Harms ex Eyles, legitimate (1916) nomenclatural synonymPaspalum semialatus Eyles, orth. var. (1916) nomenclatural synonymBluffia ecklonia Nees, legitimate (1834) taxonomic synonymAlloteropsis eckloniana (Nees) Hitchc., legitimate (1916) taxonomic synonymAlloteropsis semialata var. eckloniana (Nees) C.E.Hubb. ex Bor, nom. illeg. (1960) taxonomic synonym

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