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Names and sources

Accepted Name Source
Poa poiformis (Labill.) Druce
According to:CHAH (2014), Australian Plant Census
Published in:Druce, G.C. (1917), Nomenclatorial Notes: chiefly African and Australian. The Botanical Exchange Club and Society of the British Isles Report for 1916, Suppl. 2

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Synonym Source
Poa labillardierei Steud. misapplied
Published in:Steudel, E.G. von (1854), Synopsis Plantarum Glumacearum 1(3)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa caespitosa G.Forst. ex Spreng. misapplied
Published in:Biehler, J.F.T. (1807), Plantarum Novarum ex Herbario Sprengelii Centuriam

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa australis R.Br. pro-parte
Published in:Brown, R. (1810), Prodromus florae Novae Hollandiae et insulae Van-Diemen, exhibens characteres plantarum quas annis 1802-1805

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa caespitosa G.Forst. ex Spreng. misapplied
Published in:Biehler, J.F.T. (1807), Plantarum Novarum ex Herbario Sprengelii Centuriam

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa labillardierei Steud. misapplied
Published in:Steudel, E.G. von (1854), Synopsis Plantarum Glumacearum 1(3)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa plebeia R.Br. heterotypic
Published in:Brown, R. (1810), Prodromus florae Novae Hollandiae et insulae Van-Diemen, exhibens characteres plantarum quas annis 1802-1805

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Arundo levis Poir. heterotypic
Published in:Poiret, J.L.M. in Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de & Poiret, J.L.M. (1816), Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique Suppl. 4(2)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa caespitosa var. plebeia (R.Br.) Benth. heterotypic
Published in:Bentham, G. (1878), Flora Australiensis 7

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa caespitosa var. laevis (R.Br.) Benth. heterotypic
Published in:Bentham, G. (1878), Flora Australiensis 7

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Arundo plebica Poir. heterotypic
Published in:Poiret, J.L.M. in Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de & Poiret, J.L.M. (1816), Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique Suppl. 4(2)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa poaeformis Druce synonym

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Arundo poiformis Labill. homotypic
Published in:Labillardiere, J.J.H. de (1805), Novae Hollandiae Plantarum Specimen 1(2-4)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Arundo poaeformis Labill. homotypic
Published in:Labillardiere, J.J.H. de (1805), Novae Hollandiae Plantarum Specimen 1(2-4)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Arundo plebeia (R.Br.) Poir. heterotypic
Published in:Poiret, J.L.M. in Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de & Poiret, J.L.M. (1816), Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique Suppl. 4(2)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa australis var. billardierei Hook.f. heterotypic
Published in:Hooker, J.D. (1858), The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery ships Erebus and Terror. III. Flora Tasmaniae 2(7)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa australis var. billardieri Hook.f. heterotypic
Published in:Hooker, J.D. (1858), The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery ships Erebus and Terror. III. Flora Tasmaniae 2(7)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa urvillei Steud. heterotypic
Published in:Steudel, E.G. von (1854), Synopsis Plantarum Glumacearum 1(3)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Arundo laevis (R.Br.) Poir. heterotypic
Published in:Poiret, J.L.M. in Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de & Poiret, J.L.M. (1816), Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique Suppl. 4(2)

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa laevis R.Br. heterotypic
Published in:Brown, R. (1810), Prodromus florae Novae Hollandiae et insulae Van-Diemen, exhibens characteres plantarum quas annis 1802-1805

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa caespitosa var. labillardierei (Steud.) J.M.Black misapplied
Published in:Black, J.M. (1922), Cyatheaceae - Orchidaceae. Flora of South Australia 1

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa caespitosa G.Forst. ex Spreng. misapplied
Published in:Biehler, J.F.T. (1807), Plantarum Novarum ex Herbario Sprengelii Centuriam

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Common Name Source
Blue Tussock Grass Australia
Blue Tussock Grass Australia
Coast Tussock Grass Australia
Coastal Poa Australia
Name Source
Poa poiformis inferred accepted

Bare scientific name reallocated to Poa poiformis (Labill.) Druce by taxonomy builder

Poa poiformis (Labill.) Druce accepted

The name Poa australis R.Br. is based on Arundo poiformis Labill., however, Brown's description and the specimen cited represent Poa sieberiana Spreng. The name Poa australis R.Br. var. australis is listed by A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index 2330 (1991), but this autonym does not exist, in accordance with ICBN Art. 27.2 (Vienna Code) (2006). A.D.Chapman, Austral. Pl. Name Index (1991) also stated that Poiret did not validly make the combinations Arundo laevis and A. plebia (both p. 206). However, under Article 33.1 of the 2006 (Vienna) edition of the ICBN, these names are considered to be validly published.

Poa poiformis (Labill.) Druce accepted
Identifier Source
ALA_Poa_poiformis Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/781951 Taxon Concept current
http://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2902063 URI unknown
http://data.nzor.org.nz/names/5af0e541-4bbf-4492-8c53-d4920259dc7b Scientific Name current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/name/apni/90674 Scientific Name current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2902063 Taxon current
NZOR-6-115411 Taxon current

Classification

kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Charophyta
class
Equisetopsida
subclass
Magnoliidae
superorder
Lilianae
order
Poales
family
Poaceae
genus
Poa
species
Poa poiformis
unranked
Poa poiformis ‘Kingsdale’ 
unranked
Poa poiformis ‘PP300’ 
unranked
Poa poiformis ‘PP500’ 
variety
Poa poiformis (Labill.) Druce var. poiformis 
variety
Poa poiformis var. ramifer D.I.Morris 

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