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Acacia ancistrophylla var. lissophylla (J.M.Black) R.S.Cowan & Maslin, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Cowan, R.S. & Maslin, B.R. (25 July 1995), Acacia Miscellany 15. Five groups of microneurous species of Acacia (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae: section Plurinerves), mostly from Western Australia. Nuytsia 10(2): 225-226 [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Acacia sclerophylla var. lissophylla J.M.Black legitimate misapplication: Acacia lineolata Benth. legitimate by Willis, J.H. (1973), A Handbook to Plants in Victoria Edn. 2, 2: 237 common name: Dwarf Myall [n/a]
  • Text: "During the course of David Symon?s revision of Whibley?s (1980) Acacia handbook, we supplied him with our notes on several taxa, as he acknowledges. At the time, our manuscript of the present paper which incorporated the above combination was in press and the relevant pages were sent to Symon. Unfortunately, publication of our paper was delayed but Symon attributed the combination to us, acknowledged the source, and indicated the combination was 'in press'. Consequently, 'in' is the correct connecting word, as seems clear from Art. 46.2, Note 1 of the Code (Greuter et al. 1994)."

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Acacia ancistrophylla var. lissophylla (J.M.Black) R.S.Cowan & Maslin

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