Acacia boormanii subsp. gibba K.J.Tucker
, legitimate, scientific
[Tucker, K.J., Murphy, D.J. & Walsh, N.G. (28 June 2018), Examining the Acacia boormanii complex (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae); recognition of a new subspecies. Muelleria 37]:
29-32, Figs 1 (map), 5-6
Acacia boormanii var. Mount Typo (F.E.Bienvenu 11) Vic. Herbarium
"Mt Typo, just south of saddle crossed by vehicular track, 0.8 km N of summit, 22 km SE from Whitfield, 1.ix.2013, K.J. Walsh s.n. (holo: MEL 2385038A; iso: AD, CANB, NSW)."
"The epithet derives from the latin gibbus - a hump, alluding to the prominently raised profile of Mt Typo, but also making reference to N.A.F.(Alan) Gibb, a local naturalist and Acacia expert who first made collections of the subspecies in 1976. It is here modified to the feminine to agree with the gender of the genus and is treated as a substantive."