Vascular Plants

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Prostanthera askania B.J.Conn, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Conn, B.J. (17 December 1997), Four rare and/or threatened new species of Prostanthera Section Prostanthera (Labiatae) from New South Wales. Telopea 7(3): 231-234, Fig. 1 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Holotype: New South Wales: Central Coast: Pole Ford, 'Forest of Tranquillity' (Askania Park), W of Ourimbah, B.J.Conn 4140 & H.M.Conn, 25 Oct 1996 (NSW 402642); isotypes: AD, BRI, CANB, MEL).
taxonomic synonym: Prostanthera sp. G [n/a] taxonomic synonym: Prostanthera sp. Strickland State Forest (J.H.Maiden s.n., 07/1915) [n/a] misapplication: Prostanthera incisa var. pubescens F.Muell. ex Benth. legitimate by Althofer, G.W. (June 1978), Cradle of Incense: The Story of Australian Prostanthera: 68, 176 common name: Tranquillity Mintbush [n/a]
  • Etymology: The specific epithet is an indeclinable noun in apposition that refers to the collecting locality (Askania Park, now known as 'Forest of Tranquillity') of the type material.

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