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Names and sources

Accepted Name Source
Cardamine lilacina Hook.
According to:CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census
Published in:Hooker, W.J. (1836), Companion to the Botanical Magazine 1(9)

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Synonym Source
Cardamine sp. A1 heterotypic
Published in:unknown

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine sp. A1 heterotypic
Published in:unknown

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine lilacina, slender alpine-subalpine variant Hewson heterotypic
Published in:Hewson, H.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Brassicaceae. Flora of Australia 8

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine finitima var. flaccida (Hook.f.) O.E.Schulz heterotypic
Published in:Schulz, O.E. (1903), Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 32

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine sp. C heterotypic
Published in:unknown

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine gunnii, small Tasmanian variant Hewson heterotypic
Published in:Hewson, H.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Brassicaceae. Flora of Australia 8

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine intermedia Hook. heterotypic
Published in:Hooker, W.J. in Hooker, W.J. (ed.) (1840), Icones Plantarum 3

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine heterophylla var. minor Hook. heterotypic
Published in:Hooker, J.D. in Hooker, W.J. (ed.) (1840), Contributions towards a Flora of Van Dieman's Land, chiefly from the collections of Ronald Gunn., Esq., and the late Mr Lawrence. The Journal of Botany 2

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine lilacina, 'intermedia' variant Hewson heterotypic
Published in:Hewson, H.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Brassicaceae. Flora of Australia 8

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine finitima f. lilacina (Hook.) O.E.Schulz homotypic
Published in:Schulz, O.E. (1903), Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 32

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine pratensis var. flaccida Hook.f. heterotypic
Published in:Hooker, J.D. (1855), The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery ships Erebus and Terror. III. Flora Tasmaniae 1(1)

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine gunnii, small alpine variant Hewson heterotypic
Published in:Hewson, H.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Brassicaceae. Flora of Australia 8

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine pratensis var. lilacina (Hook.) Hook.f. homotypic
Published in:Hooker, J.D. (1855), The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery ships Erebus and Terror. III. Flora Tasmaniae 1(1)

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine lilacina, robust alpine snow-patch variant Hewson pro-parte
Published in:Hewson, H.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Brassicaceae. Flora of Australia 8

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine hirsuta var. intermedia (Hook.) Hook.f. heterotypic
Published in:Hooker, J.D. (1855), The botany of the Antarctic voyage of H.M. Discovery ships Erebus and Terror. III. Flora Tasmaniae 1(1)

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine sp. Y heterotypic
Published in:unknown

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine lilacina, type variant Hewson heterotypic
Published in:Hewson, H.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Brassicaceae. Flora of Australia 8

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Common Name Source
Lilac Bitter-Cress Australia
Name Source
Cardamine lilacina Hook. accepted

H.J.Hewson, Fl. Australia 8: 315-317 (1982) recognised and described four informal variants of C. lilacina: the 'type variant', 'intermedia variant', 'robust alpine snow-patch variant' and 'slender alpine-subalpine variant'. I.R.Thompson & P.Y.Ladiges, Muelleria 9: 145-159 (1996), placed elements of one of these (the robust variant) in C. robusta, but did not formally place any of the others. It was implied that they should be referred to a broadly defined C. lilacina, the solution adopted here.

Cardamine lilacina inferred accepted

Bare scientific name reallocated to Cardamine lilacina Hook. by taxonomy builder

Identifier Source
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/604026 Taxon Concept current
ALA_Cardamine_lilacina Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/name/apni/108880 Scientific Name current
http://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2891408 URI unknown
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2891408 Taxon current

Classification

kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Charophyta
class
Equisetopsida
subclass
Magnoliidae
superorder
Rosanae
order
Brassicales
family
Brassicaceae
genus
Cardamine
species
Cardamine lilacina
subspecies
Cardamine intermedia Hook. subsp. intermedia 
variety
Cardamine intermedia Hook. var. intermedia 
variety
Cardamine intermedia var. pilosa O.E.Schulz 
variety
Cardamine lilacina var. intermedia 
form
Cardamine intermedia Hook. f. intermedia 
form
Cardamine intermedia f. macrantha O.E.Schulz 
form
Cardamine intermedia f. micrantha O.E.Schulz 
form
Cardamine intermedia f. stylosa O.E.Schulz 

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