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Type: Journal article
Title: Hibbertia archeri (Dilleniaceae), a new and rare species from Western Australia with transcontinental affinities
Author: Hammer, T.
Thiele, K.
Citation: Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, 2022; 36:67-70
Publisher: Government of South Australia
Issue Date: 2022
ISSN: 0313-4083
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Timothy A. Hammer, Kevin R. Thiele
Abstract: Hibbertia archeri T.Hammer & K.R.Thiele is described here as new based on specimens from two populations north-east of Esperance, Western Australia. The species is closest morphologically to H. devitata Toelken in South Australia and Victoria, which is part of the H. stricta (R.Br. ex DC.) F.Muell. morphological species group in H. subg. Hemistemma (Juss. ex Thouars) J.W.Horn.
Keywords: Dilleniaceae; Hibbertia; new species; taxonomy; Western Australia
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