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Didymodon australasiae (Hook. & Grev.) R.H.Zander, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
AusMoss (2015),: - [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Tortula australasiae Hook. & Grev. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Barbula australasiae (Hook. & Grev.) Brid. legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Trichostomopsis australasiae (Hook. & Grev.) H.Rob. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Barbula menziesiana Spreng. nom. inval. taxonomic synonym: Trichostomum calcicola Hampe legitimate taxonomic synonym: Barbula rufiseta Taylor legitimate taxonomic synonym: Trichostomum fuscescens Hook.f. & Wilson legitimate taxonomic synonym: Tortula fuscescens Hook.f. & Wilson ex Hook.f. nom. inval. taxonomic synonym: Tortula calcicola (Hampe) Mitt. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Barbula nanocaulis Müll.Hal. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Barbula acrophylla Müll.Hal. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Barbula calcicola (Hampe) Broth. legitimate
  • distribution: W.A., S.A., N.S.W., Vic., Tas.

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Didymodon australasiae (Hook. & Grev.) R.H.Zander

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