Vascular Plants

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Hakea sericea Schrad. & J.C.Wendl., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Wrigley, J.W. & Fagg, M. (1989), Banksias, Waratahs & Grevilleas and all other plants in the Australian Proteaceae family: 40, 401 (fig., map) [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Banksia tenuifolia Salisb. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Conchium aciculare Sm. ex Vent. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Conchium compressum Sm. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hakea acicularis (Sm. ex Vent.) Knight nom. superfl. taxonomic synonym: Hakea tenuifolia (Salisb.) Britten nom. illeg. taxonomic synonym: Hakea longispina Gand. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hakea vittata var. glabriflora J.M.Black nom. inval. common name: syerige hakea [n/a] common name: bushy needlewood [n/a] common name: silky hakea [n/a] common name: needle bush [n/a]
  • Etymology: "From Latin, sericeus, with silky, flattened hairs, referring to the hairs on the young growth and flower stalks."

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Hakea sericea Schrad. & J.C.Wendl.

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