Vascular Plants

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Boronia jucunda Duretto, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Duretto, M.F. (10 October 1997), Taxonomic notes on Boronia species of north-western Australia, including a revision of the Boronia lanuginosa group (Boronia section Valvatae: Rutaceae). Nuytsia 11(3): 328-330, , Figs 10, 12 (map) [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Mabel Downs, Winnama Gorge, Kimberley Region Western Australia, 17°11'S, 128° 15'E, 14 May 1984., E.A. Chesterfield 214, (holo: MEL 1534494; iso: CBG 8503155, DNA 56026, NSW 166827, PERTH 1622609)."
  • Etymology: "The epithet is derived from the Latin, jucundus - pleasing, and alludes to the pleasant smell of the leaves when crushed, unlike the leave of most other members of section Valvatae."

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