AusMoss

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Orthotrichum tasmanicum Hook.f. & Wilson var. tasmanicum, legitimate, autonym secondary reference apni
AusMoss (2015),: - [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum lawrencei Mitt. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum laterale Hampe legitimate taxonomic synonym: Ulota lateralis (Hampe) A.Jaeger legitimate taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum lateciliatum Venturi legitimate taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum lateciliatum var. apiculatum Venturi legitimate taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum whiteleggei Müll.Hal. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum encalyptaceum var. tenuisetum Müll.Hal. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum encalyptaceum Müll.Hal. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum eucalyptaceum Müll.Hal. ex Broth. nom. inval. taxonomic synonym: Orthotrichum campbelliae Watts & Whitel. nom. inval., nom. nud. taxonomic synonym: Orthodontium lawrencei Mitt. ex Wijk, Margad. & Florsch. nom. inval.
  • distribution: S.A., Qld, N.S.W., A.C.T., Vic., Tas.
  • remarks: [QLD record based on MEL 2243825]

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