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Celtis australis L. — The Plant List

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Celtis australis L. is an accepted name

This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Celtis (family Cannabaceae).

The record derives from WCSP (in review) (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as an accepted name with original publication details: Sp. Pl. 1043 1753.

Full publication details for this name can be found in IPNI: [www.ipni.org].

Synonyms:

See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions.

NameStatusConfi­dence levelSourceDate suppliedCeltis alpina Royle Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Celtis australis var. eriocarpa (Decne.) Hook.f. Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Celtis australis f. variegata Schelle ex Geerinck Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Celtis eriocarpa Decne. Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Celtis excelsa Salisb. [Illegitimate] Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Celtis kotschyana Steven Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Celtis lutea Pers. Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 Celtis serrata Dippel Synonym WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23

Infraspecific taxa:

This species contains the following infraspecific taxa*.

See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions.

NameStatusConfi­dence levelSourceDate suppliedSynonymsCeltis australis subsp. caucasica (Willd.) C.C.Towns. Accepted WCSP (in review) 2012-03-23 5

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Earlier versions

This name was in version 1 of The Plant List, record kew-2708167.

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