Vascular Plants

APC: Ichnocarpus frutescens
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APC (version 51727430) published 30/5/23 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA, NT, Qld
APC Comment
The name Ichnocarpus frutescens has been variously attributed to (L.) R.Br., (L.) R.Br. in W.T.Aiton and (L.) W.T.Aiton. Brown described the genus Ichnocarpus in Mem. Wern. Nat. Hist. Soc 1: 61 (1811), with a single species, the Apocynum frutescens of Linnaeus. However he failed to actually make the new combination, only implying it. The combination was first made in Hortus Kewensis, 2nd edn. 2: 69 (1811). Although it is generally agreed that the new descriptions in this work were done by Dryander and Brown, there is no internal evidence of this (Art. 46.6), so the new combination must be ascribed to W.T.Aiton.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Asteranae / Gentianales / Apocynaceae / Ichnocarpus
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Ichnocarpus frutescens (L.) W.T.Aiton, legitimate Forster, P.I. in Orchard, A.E. (ed.) (1996), Apocynaceae. Flora of Australia 28 Apocynum frutescens L., legitimate (1 May 1753) nomenclatural synonymEchites frutescens (L.) Roxb., legitimate (1814) nomenclatural synonymIchnocarpus leptodictyus F.Muell., legitimate (1868) taxonomic synonymIchnocarpus frutescens var. leptodictyus (F.Muell.) Domin, legitimate (September 1928) taxonomic synonym

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