Vascular Plants

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Acacia salicina var. wayi Maiden, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Maiden, J.H. (1908), A contribution to the botany of South Australia. Transactions, proceedings and report, Royal Society of South Australia 32: 277 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Port Lincoln; also found at various places on road to Wangary. Near a well on Dutton Bay a bushy shrub of 5–6 ft. Thistle Island. At Kingscote (Kangaroo Island), a shrub of 3–4 ft. Collected by R.S. Rogers at Port Elliston and Marion Bay."

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taxonomic synonym of: Acacia ligulata A.Cunn. ex Benth. legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Acacia ligulata A.Cunn. ex Benth. legitimate basionym of: Acacia bivenosa subsp. wayi (Maiden) Pedley legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Acacia bivenosa DC. legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Acacia cupularis Domin legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Acacia cupularis Domin legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Racosperma ligulatum var. minus (F.Muell.) Pedley legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Acacia cupularis Domin legitimate taxonomic synonym of: Acacia cupularis Domin legitimate

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