AusMoss

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Barbula crassinervis Taylor, nom. illeg., scientific comb. nov. apni
Taylor, T. (1846), The distinctive characters of some new species of Musci, collected by Professor William Jameson, in the vicinity of Quito, and by Mr. James Drummond at Swan River. London Journal of Botany 5: 51 [comb. nov.]

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basionym of: Tortula crassinervis Mitt. nom. illeg. taxonomic synonym of: Tortula atrovirens (Sm.) Lindb. legitimate

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