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Weissia patula (C.Knight) Fife, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
AusMoss (2015),: - [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Gymnostomum patulum C.Knight legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Hymenostomum patulum (C.Knight) Dixon legitimate taxonomic synonym: Gymnostomum inflexum Taylor legitimate taxonomic synonym: Pottia inflexa (Taylor) Müll.Hal. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hymenostomum inflexum Hampe & Müll.Hal. nom. inval., nom. nud. taxonomic synonym: Weissia inflexa (Taylor) Mitt. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hymenostomum sullivanii Müll.Hal. ex Geh. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hymenostomum subolivaceum Müll.Hal. ex Watts & Whitel. nom. inval., nom. nud. taxonomic synonym: Hymenostomum inflexum (Taylor) Broth. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hymenostomum amoenum Geh. ex Watts & Whitel. nom. inval., nom. nud. taxonomic synonym: Weissia viridula var. gymnostoma Dixon legitimate taxonomic synonym: Weissia controversa var. gymnostoma (Dixon) Sainsbury legitimate
  • distribution: W.A., S.A., N.S.W., Vic.
  • remarks: Stoneburner (1985: 312) synonymised Weissia viridula var. gymnostoma with Trichostomum brachydontium. Fife (1995: 331) regarded this a synonym of Weissia patula, but considered W. patula a New Zealand endemic. There is a specimen of W. patula from New South Wales in MEL (Woolls s.n. (MEL 1002869), det. P. Sollman).

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Weissia patula (C.Knight) Fife

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