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Dendrobium speciosum Sm. has received insufficient taxonomic study north of St Lawrence, Queensland, where plants display much morphological variation in diverse habitats. Two varieties have been described previously, variety pedunculatum , occurring north of Townsville, and variety curvicaule...
The floral ontogeny of several Australian papilionoid taxa has been studied in Hardenbergia violacea L. (Phaseoleae); Kennedia rubicunda (Phaseoleae; inflorescences only); Bossiaea cordigera (Bossiaeeae); Gastrolobium truncatum , Mirbelia oxylobioides , and Pultenaea daphnoides (Mirbelieae)....
Three new Australian diploid species in Glycine Willd. are described. Two of these ( Glycine gracei B.E.Pfeil & Craven and Glycine montis-douglas B.E.Pfeil & Craven) are endemic to the Northern Territory whereas the third ( Glycine syndetika B.E.Pfeil & Craven) is endemic to Queensland. G....
We uphold the generic rank of Paracaleana on the basis of its divergent pollination syndrome (sexual deception of male thynnid wasps compared with pollination of Caleana by male sawflies), recent DNA sequence data demonstrating monophyly, and nomenclatural stability. Ten of the 13 species...
Lepidosperma laterale exhibits much morphological variation across its geographical range. This study included L. laterale , and morphologically similar species, as well as several comparator species. Phenetic analyses based on 27 morphological and 25 vegetative anatomical characteristics were...
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