Vascular Plants

APC: Ptilotus incanus
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APC (version 51727430) published 30/5/23 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA, NT, SA, Qld
APC Comment
Ptilotus obovatus var. griseus is recognised as a distinct taxon in WA and NT.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Caryophyllanae / Caryophyllales / Amaranthaceae / Ptilotus
0 sub taxa
Ptilotus incanus (R.Br.) Poir., legitimate Council of Heads of Australasian Herbaria (2009), Australian Plant Census Trichinium incanum R.Br., legitimate (27 March 1810) nomenclatural synonymTrichinium incanum R.Br. var. incanum, legitimate (1909) nomenclatural synonymPtilotus incanus (R.Br.) Poir. var. incanus, legitimate (15 May 1959) nomenclatural synonymTrichinium gnaphalodes A.Cunn. ex Moq., legitimate (1849) taxonomic synonymTrichinium gnaphaloides A.D.Chapm., orth. var. (1991) taxonomic synonymPtilotus helmsii F.Muell. & Tate ex Ewart & Jean White, nom. inval., pro syn. (1909) taxonomic synonymTrichinium incanum var. parviflorum Ewart & Jean White, legitimate (1909) taxonomic synonymPtilotus incanus var. parviflorus (Ewart & Jean White) Benl, legitimate (15 May 1959) taxonomic synonymPtilotus incanus var. elongatus Benl, legitimate (December 1962) taxonomic synonymPtilotus obovatus var. griseus Benl, legitimate (December 1964) taxonomic synonym

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