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Thryptomene stapfii Rye & Trudgen, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Rye, B.L. (27 November 2014), An update to the taxonomy of some Western Australian genera of Myrtaceae tribe Chamelaucieae. 3. Thryptomene. Nuytsia 24: 299-302, Figs 6 (map), 9A-E [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Bella Vista Nature Reserve, Western Australia [precise locality withheld for conservation reasons], 21 August 2003, B.L. Rye 238082 & M.E. Trudgen (holo: PERTH 06744605; iso: CANB, K, MEL, NSW).
taxonomic synonym: Thryptomene sp. Moresby Range (A.S.George 14873) WA Herbarium [n/a]
  • Etymology: "Named after the Austrian botanist Otto Stapf (1822-1933), who held various positions at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew between 1890 and 1922, was editor of the Botanical Magazine from 1922 to 1933 (Stafleu & Cowan 1985 [i.e. Taxonomic literature. Vol. 5: Sal?Ste.]), and made a significant contribution to the taxonomy of Thryptomene."

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