Twenty-seven new species of vascular plants from Western Australia

R.L. Barrett, Matthew Barrett

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    © Department of Parks and Wildlife 2015. Barrett, R.L. & Barrett, M.D. Twenty-seven new species of vascular plants from Western Australia. Nuytsia 26: 21-87 (2015). Twenty-seven new species are described from Western Australia. Bossiaea arenitensis R.L.Barrett, B. zarae R.L.Barrett (Fabaceae), Commelina roensis M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Commelinaceae), Crinum joesmithii M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Amaryllidaceae), Eriocaulon rivicola G.J.Leach, M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Eriocaulaceae), Glycine remota M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Fabaceae), Hybanthus bennettiae R.L.Barrett (Violaceae), Mitrasacme thedae M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Loganiaceae), Nymphoides astoniae M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Menyanthaceae), Proiphys kimberleyensis M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Amaryllidaceae), Schoenus thedae M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Cyperaceae), Trachymene pavimentum M.D.Barrett & R.L.Barrett (Araliaceae), Tribulopis marliesiae R.L.Barrett (Zygophyllaceae), Triodia celsa M.D.Barrett and T. diantha M.D.Barrett (Poaceae) are described from the Kimberley region. Aphyllodium beardii R.L.Barrett (Fabaceae) is described from the Great Sandy Desert and Triodia basitricha M.D.Barrett is described from the Pilbara region. Calectasia demarzii R.L.Barrett, C. elegans R.L.Barrett, C. jubilaea R.L.Barrett, C. valida R.L.Barrett (Dasypogonaceae), Caustis deserti R.L.Barrett, C. gigas Meney & K.W.Dixon ex R.L.Barrett, Lepidosperma fairallianum R.L.Barrett, L. hopperi R.L.Barrett, L. oldhamii R.L.Barrett (Cyperaceae) and Poranthera asybosca R.L.Barrett (Phyllanthaceae) are described from the south-west of Western Australia. All new species are illustrated and their conservation status assessed.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)21-88
    JournalNuytsia
    Volume26
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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