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Names and sources

Accepted Name Source
Tetragonia implexicoma (Miq.) Hook.f.
According to:CHAH (2005), Australian Plant Census
Published in:Hooker, J.D. (1856), The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery ships Erebus and Terror. III. Flora Tasmaniae 1(2)

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Synonym Source
Tetragonia trigyna Banks & Sol. ex Hook.f. heterotypic
Published in:Hooker, J.D. (1864), Handbook of the New Zealand Flora 1

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Tetragonia amplexicoma H.Eichler synonym
Published in:Eichler, Hj. (1965), Supplement to J.M.Black's Flora of South Australia (Second Edition, 1943-1957)

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Trianthema maidenii S.Moore heterotypic
Published in:Moore, S. le M. (1920), A contribution to the Flora of Australia. Journal of the Linnean Society, Botany 45

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Tetragonia expansa var. strongylocarpa Endl. heterotypic
Published in:Endlicher, S.F.L. (1833), Prodromus Florae Norfolkicae

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Tetragonia implexicoma var. chathamica F.Muell. synonym
Tetragonia strongylocarpa (Endl.) W.R.B.Oliv. heterotypic
Published in:Oliver, W.R.B. (1917), The vegetation and flora of Lord Howe Island. Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute 49

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Trianthema turgidifolium F.Muell. misapplied
Published in:Mueller, F.J.H. von (1876), Fragmenta Phytographiae Australiae 10(85)

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Tetragonella implexicoma Miq. homotypic
Published in:Miquel, F.A.W. in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1845), Portulaceae. Plantae Preissianae 1(2)

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Tetragonia expansa var. strobylocarpa A.D.Chapm. heterotypic
Published in:Chapman, A.D. (1991), Australian Plant Name Index

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Tetragonella amplexicoma Miq. homotypic
Published in:Miquel, F.A.W. in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1845), Portulaceae. Plantae Preissianae 1(2)

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Indigenous Knowledge Name Source
Nodjam Painy
Common Name Source
Bower Spinach Australia
Ice-Plant Australia
Native Spinach Australia
New Zealand Spinach Australia
Name Source
Tetragonia implexicoma (Miq.) Hook.f. accepted
Tetragonia implexicoma (Miq.) Hook.f. accepted

Endlicher, Prodr. Fl. Norfolk. 73 (1833) spelled his varietal name T. expansa var. strongylocarpa. Chapman, APNI 2824 (1991) deliberately 'corrected' this to 'strobylocarpa'. The fruit of this species is a berry, for which the epithet 'strongylocarpa' (rounded fruit) seems far more appropriate that 'strobylocarpa' (cone fruit). The original spelling is therefore retained here.

Identifier Source
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2920475 Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/name/apni/73351 Scientific Name current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/602794 Taxon Concept current
http://data.nzor.org.nz/names/76be2259-4709-4605-a06a-071b2c55b7f8 Scientific Name current
NZOR-6-21404 Taxon current
http://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2920475 URI unknown

Classification

kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Charophyta
class
Equisetopsida
subclass
Magnoliidae
superorder
Caryophyllanae
order
Caryophyllales
family
Aizoaceae
genus
Tetragonia
species
Tetragonia implexicoma

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