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Ptilotus davisii T.Hammer, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Hammer, T.A. (12 June 2020), Taxonomic evaluation of Ptilotus manglesii (Amaranthaceae) and recognition of P. davisii for two phrase names in south-west Western Australia. Swainsona 33: 105, Fig. 2C-E [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Holotypus: c. 2.1 km S along Knight Road from the junction with Washpool Road, Woogenellup, Western Australia, 10 Dec. 2018, R. Davis & T. Hammer RD 12985 (PERTH09127933). Isotypus: CANB [to be distributed]."
taxonomic synonym: Ptilotus sp. Porongurup (R.Davis 10805) WA Herbarium [n/a] taxonomic synonym: Ptilotus sp. Beaufort River (G.J.Keighery 16554) WA Herbarium [n/a]
  • Etymology: "The specific epithet honours the Western Australian botanist Robert W. Davis (1959–), who has made the majority of known collections of the species and was the first to recognise it as potentially being a new taxon (R. Davis, pers. comm.). Davis has made substantial contributions to the taxonomy of many Western Australian plant groups during his long career at the Western Australian Herbarium, including authoring 16 Ptilotus taxa and publishing several important taxonomic revisions in the genus."
  • Vernacular: Davis’s mulla mulla

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