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Eucalyptus cryptica T.C.Wilson, S.Rutherf. & S.M.Douglas, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Wilson, T.C., Rutherford, S., Yap, J.-Y.S., Douglas, S.M., Lee, E. & Rossetto, M. (5 September 2023), Eucalyptus cryptica (Myrtaceae): a critically endangered new species. Australian Systematic Botany 36(5): 390, 393-394, 398-399, Figs 5-7 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Australia: New South Wales: Central Coast: Sydney: Annangrove, 14 Oct. 2019, T.C.Wilson 830, S.Rutherford & J.Yap (holo: NSW 1058373! iso: BRI!, CANB!, MEL!)."
taxonomic synonym: Eucalyptus sp. Cattai (Gregson s.n. 28 Aug 1954) NSW Herbarium [n/a] taxonomic synonym: Eucalyptus notabilis Maiden - Eucalyptus resinifera J.White subsp. resinifera [n/a] taxonomic synonym: Eucalyptus sp. Cattai (NSW 318983) [n/a]
  • Etymology: "From the latinised Greek 'crypticus' (i.e. hidden), the epithet refers to the recent near obscurity of this species. Despite herbarium specimens being collected since 1967 and the populations being situated in the largest city in Australia, it has remained unclear to science whether it is a species or a collection of populations of hybrid origin."

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