Vascular Plants

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Zygophyllum aurantiacum subsp. simplicifolium H.Eichler ex R.M.Barker, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. 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): 61 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Holotype: Hj.Eichler 23172, 9.x.1972, South Australia, 5 km SE of Wudinna, above the shores of the salt lake on the SW side of Eyre Hwy towards Kyancutta. 35 deg 05 min S, 135 deg 30 min E (CANB); isotypes: AD, CHR, L, MO (still to be distributed).
taxonomic synonym: Zygophyllum fruticulosum var. brevilobum J.M.Black legitimate

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basionym of: Roepera aurantiaca subsp. simplicifolia (H.Eichler ex R.M.Barker) Beier & Thulin legitimate nomenclatural synonym of: Roepera aurantiaca subsp. simplicifolia (H.Eichler ex R.M.Barker) Beier & Thulin legitimate

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