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Names and sources

Accepted Name Source
Brassica rapa L.
According to:CHAH (31 July 2018), Australian Plant Census
Published in:Linnaeus, C. (1753), Species Plantarum 2

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Synonym Source
Brassica rapa subsp. silvestris Janch. heterotypic
Published in:Janchen, E. & Wendelberger G. (1953), Kleine Flora von Wien und Burgenland

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. sylvestris Jessup heterotypic
Published in:Jessup, L.W. (2003), Flora of South-eastern Queensland Volume 1 Changes to names or status of taxa

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa var. sylvestris Purchas & Ley heterotypic
Published in:unknown

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. silvestris S.W.L.Jacobs & J.Pickard heterotypic
Published in:Jacobs, S.W.L. & Pickard, J. (1981), Plants of New South Wales

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. sylvestris Retter & G.J.Harden heterotypic
Published in:Retter, L. & Harden, G.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (1990), Brassicaceae. Flora of New South Wales 1

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. oleifera (DC.) Metzg. heterotypic
Published in:Metzger, J. (1833), Systematische Beschreibung der kultivirten Kohlarten

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica asperifolia Lam. heterotypic
Published in:Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de in Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de & Poiret, J.L.M. (1785), Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique 1(2)

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis (L.) Hanelt heterotypic
Published in:Hanelt, P. in Mansfeld, R. (1986), Verzeichnis Landwirtschaftlicher und Gärtnerisch Kulturpflanzen (ohne Zierpflanzen) Edn. 2

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica chinensis L. heterotypic
Published in:Linnaeus, C. (1755), Centuria I. Plantarum

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa L. subsp. rapa homotypic
Published in:Metzger, J. (1833), Systematische Beschreibung der kultivirten Kohlarten

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. oleifolia W.R.Barker, R.M.Barker, Jessop & Vonow heterotypic
Published in:Barker, W.R., Barker, R.M., Jessop, J. & Vonow, H. (2005), Census of South Australian Vascular Plants 5th Edition. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Supplement 1

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica campestris var. oleifera DC. synonym
Brassica rapa var. sylvestris Briggs heterotypic
Published in:unknown

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica campestris L. heterotypic

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. sylvestris Retter & G.J.Harden heterotypic
Published in:Retter, L. & Harden, G.J. in Harden, G.J. (ed.) (2000), Brassicaceae. Flora of New South Wales Revised Edition 1

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. sylvestris G.M.Cunn., W.E.Mulham, P.L.Milthorpe & J.H.Leigh heterotypic
Published in:Cunningham, G.M., Mulham, W.E., Milthorpe, P.L. & Leigh, J.H. (1981), Plants of Western New South Wales

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris (L.) A.R.Clapham heterotypic
Published in:Clapham, A.R. in Clapham, A.R., Tutin, T.G. & Warburg, E.F. (1952), Flora of the British Isles

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Common Name Source
Bird Rape Australia
Rapeseed Australia
Turnip Australia
White Turnip Australia
Wild Turnip Australia
Horuhoru Maori
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Keha Maori
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Kotami Maori
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Kōrau Maori
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Nanī Maori
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Paea Maori
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Pora Maori
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Pōhata Maori
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Pōwhata Maori
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Rearea Maori
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Ruruhau Maori
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Tairua Maori
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Taumairangi Maori
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Name Source
Brassica rapa L. accepted
Brassica rapa L. accepted

Brassica rapa subsp. campestris is recognised as a distinct taxon in Qld and NSW, and Brassica rapa subsp. rapa are recognised as distinct in SA. According to S.Snogerup (pers. comm. 2006) "...the cultivated forms, including subsp. rapa (turnip), subsp. oleifera (turnip rape) and subsp. chinensis (salad kale) are freely interbreeding with each other and the wild weedy subsp. campestris. Ruderal specimens are often not clearly referable to any of the subspecies and often very difficult to separate from B. ×napus."

Identifier Source
http://id.biodiversity.org.au/taxon/apni/51269741 URI unknown
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/name/apni/66663 Scientific Name current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/taxon/apni/51269741 Taxon current
http://data.nzor.org.nz/names/6d126350-af01-4494-a586-51d8fc435483 Scientific Name current
NZOR-6-56008 Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/51269712 Taxon Concept current

Classification

kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Charophyta
class
Equisetopsida
subclass
Magnoliidae
superorder
Rosanae
order
Brassicales
family
Brassicaceae
genus
Brassica
species
Brassica rapa
subspecies
Brassica rapa subsp. nipposinica (L.H.Bailey) Hanelt 
subspecies
Brassica rapa subsp. pekinensis (Lour.) Hanelt 
subspecies
Brassica rapa subsp. sylvestris M.Gray & P.W.Michael 
variety
Brassica rapa var. chinensis (L.) Kitam. 
variety
Brassica rapa var. glabra Regel 

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