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Brachyscome watanabei P.S.Short, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Short, P.S. (1 December 2014), A taxonomic review of Brachyscome Cass. (Asteraceae: Astereae), including description of a new genus, Roebuckia, new species and new infraspecific taxa. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 28: 118-119, Fig. 4G, H, 37 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Queensland. Yelarbon, Sept. 1919, C.T. White (holotype: BRI 272391)."
taxonomic synonym: Brachyscome sp. aff. campylocarpa [n/a] pro parte misapplication: Brachyscome campylocarpa J.M.Black legitimate by Davis, G.L. (26 October 1948), Revision of the genus Brachycome Cass. Part I. Australian species. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 73(3-4): 171 pro parte misapplication: Brachyscome campylocarpa J.M.Black legitimate by Stanley, T.D. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1986), Asteraceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 2: 509, Fig. 71B
  • Etymology: "Honours Professor Kuniaki Watanabe, for his immense contributions to our knowledge of the cytology of the Australian Asteraceae. Much of his work has been focused on the evolutionary relationships of members of the B. lineariloba group and it is appropriate that a member of this group is named after him."

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