Vascular Plants

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Araliaceae Juss.
Astrotricha umbrosa 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): 66-68, Fig. 1 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Queensland: Burnett District: Dead End Lookout, Coominglah State Forest, west of Monto, 17 August 1995, A.R.Bean 8859 (holo: BRI; iso: CANB, DNA, MEL, NSW)
  • Etymology: The species epithet is from the Latin umbrosus meaning shady or growing in shade and refers to the habitat of the species in rather dense, shady forests.

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