Vascular Plants

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Camptacra robusta A.R.Bean, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Bean, A.R. (20 April 2020), A taxonomic revision of Camptacra N.T.Burb. (Asteraceae: Astereae). Austrobaileya 10(4): 569-571, Fig 2, Map 3 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Queensland. NORTH KENNEDY DISTRICT: Kennedy Highway, c. 12 km W of Ravenshoe, 11 December 2000, R.L. Jago 5792 & B. Wannan (holo: BRI; iso: DNA, US)."
taxonomic synonym: Vittadinia brachycomoides var. latifolia Benth. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Camptacra brachycomoides f. lanata N.T.Burb. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Camptacra gracilis f. lanata (N.T.Burb.) Lander legitimate pro parte misapplication: Olearia arguta var. lanata Benth. legitimate by Britten, J. in Banks, J. & Solander, D.C. (1901), Illustrations of Australian plants collected in 1770 during Captain Cook's voyage round the world 2: 249
  • Etymology: "From the Latin robustus, meaning solid or strong; this refers to the sturdy and vigorous appearance of the species in comparison with other species of Camptacra.

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