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Hydrocotyle spinulifera A.J.Perkins, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Perkins, A.J. (22 March 2018), Hydrocotyle spinulifera and H. dimorphocarpa (Araliaceae), two new Western Australian species with dimorphic mericarps. Nuytsia 29: 57-61, Figs 1, 2 (map) [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Marchagee Nature Reserve, Western Australia [precise locality withheld for conservation reasons], 7 October 1997, B.P. Richardson BPR 0022 (holo: PERTH 04968751; iso: AD, CANB, MEL, NSW)."
taxonomic synonym: Hydrocotyle sp. Coorowensis (P.G.Wilson 12580) WA Herbarium [n/a] taxonomic synonym: Hydrocotyle coorowensis H.Eichler MS manuscript common name: Spiny Fruited Pennywort [n/a]
  • Etymology: "The epithet is derived from the Latin words spinula, ?a small spine?, and fero ?to bear', in reference to the small spines borne along the dorsal ribs of the mericarps ..."

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