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Zygophyllum kochii Tate, legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Barker, R.M. (6 March 1998), Notes on Zygophyllum (Zygophyllaceae) in Australia including the descriptions of five new species and one new subspecies, revised keys and typifications. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 18(1): 47 [secondary reference]
  • Lectotype: here designated: J.Langley (herb. M.Koch 469), August 1899, [South Australia] Mt Lyndhurst, near Mt Fitton, also near the Trinity well. sepals 5 petals 5 (these about 2 lines long, those of [Koch] 165 and 332 are smaller!) fruit 5-angled, with narrow membranous almost wing-like angles. 4 seeds in each cell. (AD97918101, herb. Tate); isolectotype: AD97904148, herb. J.M.Black; possible isolectotypes: M.Koch 469, August 1899, Mt Lyndhurst (K - 2 sheets, BM - seen as photographs in Eichler MS); probable isolectotype: M.Koch 469, September 1899, Mt Lyndhurst. First found by the collector (AD97904149, herb. Tate).

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Zygophyllum kochii Tate

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