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Type: Journal article
Title: Spyridium bracteatum, a new species from Kangaroo Island allied to S. thymifolium (Rhamnaceae: Pomaderreae)
Author: Kellermann, J.
Clowes, C.
Barker, W.R.
Citation: Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, 2022; 36:89-95
Publisher: Board of the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium, Adelaide
Issue Date: 2022
ISSN: 0313-4083
Statement of
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Jürgen Kellermanna, Catherine Clowes, W.R. (Bill) Barker
Abstract: Spyridium thymifolium Reissek and the new species S. bracteatum Kellermann & W.R.Barker are described and illustrated. The former species occurs on both Kangaroo Island and the adjacent Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia; the new taxon is endemic to Kangaroo Island. Both species exhibit distinctly ‘tiled’ bracts in fruiting inflorescences. A lectotype is chosen for S. thymifolium.
Keywords: New species; typification; Rhamnaceae; Spyridium; South Australia
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