Vascular Plants Australian Plant Name Index (APNI)

Showing Eremophila subfloccosa
Scrophulariaceae Juss.
Eremophila subfloccosa Benth. , legitimate, scientific
Bentham, G. (1870), Flora Australiensis 5: 28 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "W. Australian. In the interior, Roe, also Drummond (in herb. F. Muell.)"
Mueller, F.J.H. von (1882), Systematic Census of Australian Plants: 104 [secondary reference]
Kuntze, C.E.O. (5 November 1891), Revisio Generum Plantarum 2: 501 [basionym]
basionym of: Bontia subfloccosa (Benth.) Kuntze legitimate
Kraenzlin, F.W.L. in Kraenzlin, F.W.L. (ed.) (1929), Repertorium Specierum Novarum Regni Vegetabilis Beihefte B. 54: 114 [basionym]
basionym of: Stenochilus subfloccosus (Benth.) Kraenzl. legitimate
Eichler, Hj. (1965), Supplement to J.M.Black's Flora of South Australia (Second Edition, 1943-1957): 286-287 [secondary reference]
Barlow, B.A. (1971), Cytogeography of the genus Eremophila. Australian Journal of Botany 19(3): 296 [secondary reference]
Grieve, B.J. & Blackall, W.E. (1982), How to know Western Australian wildflowers: a key to the flora of the extratropical regions of Western Australia Edn. 2, 4: 650 [secondary reference]
common name: Dense-felted Eremophila [n/a]
Green, J.W. (1985), Census of the Vascular Plants of Western Australia Edn. 2: 153 [secondary reference]
Jessop, J.P. & Toelken, H.R. in Jessop, J.P. & Toelken, H.R. (ed.) (1986), Flora of South Australia Edn. 4, 3: 1334 [secondary reference]
Paczkowska, G. & Chapman, A.R. (2000), The Western Australian Flora, a descriptive catalogue: 343 [secondary reference]
Chinnock, R.J. (2007), Eremophila and allied genera: 601 APC [secondary reference]
  • Lectotype: Westsern Australia, s.dat., J. Drummond s.n. (MEL 77716, lectotype here designated; isolectotype: BM).
nomenclatural synonym: Bondtia subfloccosa Kuntze orth. var. nomenclatural synonym: Bontia subfloccosa (Benth.) Kuntze legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Stenochilus subfloccosus (Benth.) Kraenzl. legitimate
  • APC Dist.: WA, SA
  • Etymology: "Latin subfloccos, somewhat covered in dense hairs, which fall away in little tufts."
Brown, A. & Buirchell, B. (2011), A field guide to the eremophilas of Western Australia: 268 [secondary reference]
  • Etymology: "subfloccosa (somewhat covered in dense hairs), refers to the stem and leaf hairs."