Rubus anglocandicans A.Newton

NZOR Identifier: f9fca7a4-77f0-4eea-b6f7-96fff89f1390

Status

Preferred Name (NZOR Concept Id a5309222-150c-4ae1-ab7e-1fed08ed0431)

Classification

superkingdom
Eukaryota
kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Tracheophyta
subphylum
Spermatophytina
class
Magnoliopsida
order
Rosales
family
Rosaceae
genus
Rubus
species
Rubus anglocandicans A.Newton

Providers

NZFLORA
Provider Contribution Summary

Biostatus

Geo Schema
Political Region
Geo Region
New Zealand
Environmental Context
Wild
Occurrence
Present
Origin
Exotic

Scientific Name

Authority
A.Newton
Rank
species
Year
1977
Nomenclatural Comment
There is some doubt that Rubus procerus is in New Zealand. The Australian key suggests that it is Rubus anglocandicans there. Pers. comm. Chris Ecroyd 2010.
Governing Code
ICBN
Is Recombination
No

Taxon Concept

NZOR Concept Id
a5309222-150c-4ae1-ab7e-1fed08ed0431
According to
Evans, K.J.; Weber, H.E. 2003: Rubus anglocandicans (Rosaceae) is the most widespread taxon of European blackberry in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 16(4): 527–537.
Preferred Name
Rubus anglocandicans A.Newton (In use by NZOR)

Taxon Concept

NZOR Concept Id
b1662da7-c0ad-4a2a-aa9e-37dca39ad2eb
According to
NZFLORA (2012-) New Zealand Plant Names - Name based concepts
Has Parent
Rubus (In use by NZOR)

No subordinate taxa

No vernacular applications

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