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Eucalyptus sinuosa D.Nicolle, M.E.French & McQuoid, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Nicolle, D., French, M.E. & McQuoid, N. (21 August 2008), A revision of Eucalyptus ser. Cornutae subser. Conjunctae (Myrtaceae) from the south coast of Western Australia, including the description of four new taxa and comments on the hybrid origin of E. bennettiae. Nuytsia 18: 209-212, Figs 6, 9-11 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Peniup Nature Reserve, south-west of Jerramungup, Western Australia [precise locality withheld for conservation reasons], 7 January 2007, D. Nicolle 5061 & M. French (holo: PERTH 07220650; iso: AD, CANB)."
taxonomic synonym: Eucalyptus petila A.E.Kelly, Napier & Hopper nom. inval. taxonomic synonym: Eucalyptus sp. Fitzgerald River (M.I.H.Brooker 10923) WA Herbarium [n/a] taxonomic synonym: Eucalyptus petila Paczk. & A.R.Chapm. nom. inval.
  • Etymology: "From the Latin sinuosus (full of bendings; winding) referring to the distinctive and conspicuous opercula of the species."

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