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Trachymene anisocarpa var. trichocarpa Rye, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Rye, B.L. (17 December 1999), A taxonomic revision of the many-flowered species of Trachymene (Apiaceae) in Western Australia. Nuytsia 13(1): 206-207, Figs 1, 4 [tax. nov.] BHL
  • Type: base of Hill 49, Cape Le Grand National Park, Western Australia, 19 Novemeber 1979, R.J. Cranfield 1370 (holo: PERTH 03579506).
taxonomic synonym: Trachymene sp. Esperance (R.J.Cranfield 1370) [n/a]
  • Etymology: From the Greek trichos - hair or bristle and karpos - fruit, the hair-like bristles on the fruit being the distinguishing feature of this variety.

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