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Hydrocotyle intertexta R.Br. ex A.Rich., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Perkins, A.J. (10 December 2019), Nomenclatural updates and a new species of annual Hydrocotyle (Araliaceae) from Western Australia. Nuytsia 30: 259-264, Figs 4, 5 (map) [secondary reference]
  • Lectotype: "Type citation: ?Elle a été rapportée de la Nouvelle-Hollande par M. R. Brown. (V.S.)?. Type specimens: King George III Sound [Albany, Western Australia], December 1801, R. Brown s.n. (lecto, here designated: P 00115415 image!; isolecto: P 00115414 image!); King George III Sound [Albany, Western Australia], December 1801, R. Brown s.n. (excluded syn: BM 000810385 image!, K 000686148 image!, K 000686149 image!, MEL 7978!)."
taxonomic synonym: Hydrocotyle pilifera Turcz. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Hydrocotyle pilifera var. glabrata Benth. legitimate pro parte misapplication: Hydrocotyle hirta R.Br. ex A.Rich. legitimate by Bentham, G. (5 January 1867), Orders XLVIII. Myrtaceae- LXII. Compositae. Flora Australiensis 3: 339
  • Etymology: "The epithet is derived from the Latin intertextus, meaning ?interwoven?, probably in reference to the prominent tubercles on the fruit which are longitudinally arranged along the margins of the lateral and dorsal ribs of the mericarps, often with interconnecting transverse ridges, making them appear interwoven ..."

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Hydrocotyle intertexta R.Br. ex A.Rich.

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