Published in Prodr. Fl. Nov. Holl. 297 in 1810.
Basionym of [plant:CrinAsiaPedu] R.Br.) Fosberg & Sachet.
ARS-GRIN shows C. pedunculatum as the accepted name.
Also published in Bot. Reg. 1: 52 in 1815.
From Bot. Reg.
The present plant is a native of New South Wales, and has been very generally confounded with Crinum asiaticum; the cause, most probably, of its not having found a place in the late edition of the Hortus Kewensis. But it differs from that species, by the bulb, which grows upon a large rootstock entirely above ground, is smooth and of a cylindric form, resembling very much that of the leek, except in dimension...
Has been known in our collections, according to Donn's Hortus cantabrigiensis, from the year 1790; but we are not informed by whom it was introduced.
Other names listed in Bot. Reg.:
Crinum taitense DC. - synonym
Crinum australe Donn - synonym