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Fide Stace the British Atriplex hastata (auct. non L.) is Atriplex prostata.
Thats interesting the FSC material uses A hastata which is the current accepted binomial ?? My Stace 2nd 1997 uses prostrata
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The first and third editions of Stace also use A. prostrata. FWIW, Wikipedia associates A. hastata (presumably L.) with A. patula, rather than A. prostrata.
I'd have to dig further to clarify the nomenclatural history, buy A. hastata L. appears to be a rejected name (http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?6036)
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Atriplex hastata L. is a name rejected under the provisions of article 56 of the ICN. Later homonyms of Atriplex hastata (that is the same name published by different authors are illegitimate under article 53). Therefore there is no name Atriplex hastata available for use.
The rejection is sufficiently old that the papers aren't on the web - but it seems that the name was applied inconsistently to several taxa, and the true Atriplex hastata is now known as Atriplex calotheca
In the second image leaves in roughly 2-3 's with a flower spike Leaves lanceolate in appaearance around spikes
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