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Names and sources

Accepted Name Source
Acacia brownii (Poir.) Steud.
According to:CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census
Published in:Steudel, E.G. von (1821), Phanerogams. Nomenclator Botanicus Edn. 1, 1

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Synonym Source
Acacia acicularis Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd. homotypic
Published in:unknown

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia acicularis R.Br. homotypic
Published in:Brown, R. in Aiton, W.T. (1813), Hortus Kewensis Edn. 2, 5

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia juniperina var. brownii Benth. homotypic
Published in:Bentham, G. (1864), Flora Australiensis 2

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Mimosa brownii Poir. homotypic
Published in:Poiret, J.L.M. in Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de & Poiret, J.L.M. (1817), Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique Suppl. 5(2)

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia ulicifolia var. brownii (Poir.) Pedley homotypic
Published in:Pedley, L. (29 February 1980), A revision of Acacia Mill. in Queensland, Part 2. Austrobaileya 1(3)

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Racosperma brownii (Poir.) Pedley homotypic
Published in:Pedley, L. (1987), Racosperma Martius (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) in Queensland: a checklist. Austrobaileya 2(4)

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia juniperina var. brownei Benth. homotypic
Published in:Bentham, G. (1864), Flora Australiensis 2

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Mimosa brownei Poir. homotypic
Published in:Poiret, J.L.M. in Lamarck, J.-B.P.A. de M. de & Poiret, J.L.M. (1817), Encyclopédie Méthodique, Botanique Suppl. 5(2)

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia brownei Steud. synonym

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia ulicifolia var. brownei Pedley homotypic
Published in:Pedley, L. (29 February 1980), A revision of Acacia Mill. in Queensland, Part 2. Austrobaileya 1(3)

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia arceuthos Spreng. heterotypic
Published in:Sprengel, C.P.J. (1826), Systema Vegetabilium Edn. 17, 3

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Acacia pugioniformis H.L.Wendl. homotypic
Published in:Wendland, H.L. (1819), Correspondenz. Flora: oder Allgemeine Botanischer Zeitung 2

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Racosperma brownei Pedley homotypic
Published in:Pedley, L. (1987), Racosperma Martius (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae) in Queensland: a checklist. Austrobaileya 2(4)

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Common Name Source
Brown's Acacia Australia
Heath Wattle Australia
Prickly Moses Australia
Name Source
Acacia brownei inferred accepted

Unranked taxon assigned rank species by inference

Scientific name reallocated to Acacia brownii (Poir.) Steud. by taxonomy builder

Acacia brownii (Poir.) Steud. accepted

The complex nomenclature of this species was discussed by Court (1957, 1972) and Pedley (1980). A. brownii is sometimes treated as a variety of A. ulicifolia, and the two sometimes form hybrids (Maslin, 2001). Intergradation between A. asparagoides, A. brownii, A.echinula and A. ulicifolia is reported from central eastern NSW, and hybrids may occur (Tame, 1992; Maslin, 2001). Hall & Johnson (1993) argued that the correct orthography was A. brownii, rather than A. brownei.

Identifier Source
http://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2895217 URI unknown
ALA_Acacia_brownei Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2895217 Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/604282 Taxon Concept current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/name/apni/130388 Scientific Name current

Classification

kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Charophyta
class
Equisetopsida
subclass
Magnoliidae
superorder
Rosanae
order
Fabales
family
Fabaceae
genus
Acacia
species
Acacia brownii

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