Vascular Plants

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Trachymene umbratica J.M.Hart, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Hart, J.M. & Henwood, M.J. (27 February 2006), A revision of Australian Trachymene (Apiaceae: Hydrocotyloideae). Australian Systematic Botany 19(1): 27, Figs 6, 7 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: c. 18 km SE of Jabiru, Kakadu National Park, NT, 12 48'S 132 55'E, 30 Mar. 1981, L.A.Craven 6644; holo DNA 21199, iso CANB 338171, 338172.
  • Etymology: From the Latin umbra (shade or shadow) and -atica (indicating place of growth), referring to the species preferred habitat.

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