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Araliaceae Juss.
Astrotricha brachyandra A.R.Bean , legitimatescientific apni APC Bean, A.R. (16 December 1997), A conspectus of Astrotricha DC. (Araliaceae) in Queensland, including two new species. Austrobaileya 5(1): 65-66 (Fig. 1 G - K) [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Queensland, Port Curtis District: 41 km east of Biloela, in Kroombit Tops State Forest, 24 25'S, 150 55'E, 15 November 1995, E.J.Thompson BIL207 & R.J.Price (holo: BRI; iso: CANB, MEL, NSW)
  • Etymology: The specifici epithet brachyandra is derived from the Greek brachy-short and andros-male, and refers to the short stamens which are a feature of this species.

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