APC: Drepanocladus
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APC (version 10146062) published 5/10/20 by nklazenga
Plantae / Bryophyta / Bryopsida / Bryidae / Hypnales / Amblystegiaceae
4 sub taxa
Drepanocladus aduncus (Hedw.) Warnst., legitimate AusMoss (2015), Hypnum aduncum Hedw., legitimate (1801) nomenclatural synonymHypnum polycarpon Blandow ex Voit, legitimate (1813) taxonomic synonymDrepanocladus polycarpus (Voit) Warnst., legitimate (1902) taxonomic synonym
Drepanocladus brachiatus (Mitt.) Dixon, legitimate AusMoss (2015), Hypnum brachiatum Mitt., legitimate (1867) nomenclatural synonymDrepano-hypnum fontinaloides Hampe, legitimate (1872) taxonomic synonymHypnum fontinaloides (Hampe) A.Jaeger, legitimate (1879) taxonomic synonymHypnum fontinaliaceum Hampe, nom. inval. (1881) taxonomic synonymAmblystegium fontinaloides (Hampe) Mitt., legitimate (1882) taxonomic synonymDrepanocladus fontinaloides (Hampe) Broth. ex Paris, legitimate (1909) taxonomic synonym
Drepanocladus longifolius (Mitt.) Broth. ex Paris, legitimate AusMoss (2015), Amblystegium longifolium Mitt., legitimate (1869) nomenclatural synonym
Drepanocladus polygamus (Schimp.) Hedenäs, legitimate AusMoss (2015), Amblystegium polygamum Schimp., legitimate (1853) nomenclatural synonymAmblystegium polygamum Schimp., legitimate (1853) taxonomic synonymCampylium polygamum (Schimp.) C.E.O.Jensen, legitimate (1887) taxonomic synonymCampyliadelphus polygamus (Bruch & Schimp.) Schwägr., legitimate () taxonomic synonymDrepanocladus strictifolius Broth. & Watts, legitimate (1912) taxonomic synonymRhynchostegiella campylioides Broth. & Watts, legitimate (1915) taxonomic synonym

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