APC: Hedwigiaceae
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APC (version 10144087) published 6/08/19 by nklazenga
Bryophyta / Bryopsida / Bryidae / Hedwigiales
6 sub taxa
Braunia imberbis (Sm.) N.J.Dalton & D.G.Long, legitimate Catalogue of Australian Bryophytes (2019), Schistidium australe Wilson, nom. illeg. (1846) taxonomic synonymSchistidium drummondii Taylor, legitimate (1846) taxonomic synonymNeckera emersa Müll.Hal. & Hampe, legitimate (1853) taxonomic synonym
Hedwigia ciliata (Hedw.) P.Beauv., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Anictangium ciliatum Hedw., legitimate (1801) nomenclatural synonymSchistidium ciliatum (Hedw.) Brid., legitimate (1819) nomenclatural synonymAnictangium planifolium Hedw., legitimate (1801) taxonomic synonymHedwigia ciliata var. viridis Bruch & Schimp., legitimate (1846) taxonomic synonymHedwigia albicans var. viridis (Bruch & Schimp.) Limpr., nom. illeg. (1889) taxonomic synonymPilotrichum microcyatheum Müll.Hal., legitimate (1851) taxonomic synonymCryphaea microcyathea (Müll.Hal.) A.Jaeger, legitimate (1876) taxonomic synonymHedwigia microcyathea (Müll.Hal.) F.Muell., legitimate (1896) taxonomic synonymHedwigia albicans Lindb., nom. illeg. (1864) taxonomic synonymHedwigia juratzkae Müll.Hal., legitimate (1876) taxonomic synonymHedwigia novae-valesiae Müll.Hal., nom. illeg. (1892) taxonomic synonymHedwigia occidentalis Müll.Hal., nom. illeg. (1920) taxonomic synonym

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