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|Title:||A revision of Byblis (Byblidaceae) in south-western Australia|
|Citation:||Nuytsia, 2002; 15(1):11-19|
|Publisher:||Department of Conservation and Land Management|
|Abstract:||The south-western Australian populations of Byblis (Byblidaceae) are revised. A new species, B. lamellata Conran & Lowrie, is recognised on habit, ecology and seed morphology and named for the populations between Arrowsmith River and Cataby. Byblis gigantea Lindl. and its synonym B. lindleyana Planch. are lectotypified. A generic description and a table of distinguishing features for all species is given. A key and distribution map are provided for the two species from the south-west of Western Australia.|
|Rights:||© Department of Parks and Wildlife 2002|
|Appears in Collections:||Ecology, Evolution and Landscape Science publications|
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