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APC: Calymperes
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APC (version 10145790) published 7/09/20 by nklazenga
Plantae / Bryophyta / Bryopsida / Dicraniidae / Dicranales / Calymperaceae
15 sub taxa
Calymperes crassinerve (Mitt.) A.Jaeger, legitimate AusMoss (2015), Thyridium crassinerve Mitt., legitimate (1869) nomenclatural synonymSyrrhopodon strictifolius Mitt., legitimate (1873) taxonomic synonym
Calymperes erosum Müll.Hal., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Calymperes kennedianum Hampe, legitimate (1876) taxonomic synonym
Calymperes graeffeanum Müll.Hal., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Calymperes hyophilaceum Müll.Hal. ex Besch., legitimate (1896) taxonomic synonym
Calymperes moluccense Schwägr., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Calymperes palisotii subsp. moluccense (Schwägr.) M.Menzel, legitimate (1990) nomenclatural synonymCalymperes nigrescens Broth. & Geh., legitimate (1900) taxonomic synonym
Calymperes motleyi Mitt., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Calymperes panduraefolium Broth., legitimate (1898) taxonomic synonym
Calymperes tahitense (Sull.) Mitt., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Syrrhopodon tahitensis Sull., legitimate (1859) nomenclatural synonym
Calymperes tenerum Müll.Hal., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Calymperes tenerum var. edamense M.Fleisch., legitimate (1904) taxonomic synonym

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