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Caladenia littoricola R.J.Bates, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Bates, R.J. (2015), A new species of dwarf pink finger orchid Caladenia (Orchidaceae) from South Australia. Australian Orchid Review 80(1): 25-26 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "South Australia, Southeast region, south of Nora Creina Bay along Bog Road between Lake St Clair and the sea, in loose sand and shell grit of coastal dunes, 15th Sept. 2013, R. Bates 91888 (holo AD)."
taxonomic synonym: Caladenia sp. "Selfing coastal dunes" [n/a]
  • Etymology: "the name derives from Latin littoricola 'of the coast' i.e. referring to the coastal sand dune habitat of Caladenia littoricola.

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basionym of: Petalochilus littoricola (R.J.Bates) R.J.Bates legitimate

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