Vascular Plants Australian Plant Name Index (APNI)

Showing Boronia amplectens
Rutaceae Juss.
Boronia amplectens Duretto , legitimate, scientific
Duretto, M.F. & Ladiges, P.Y. (20 June 1997), Morphological variation within the Boronia grandisepala group (Rutaceae) and the description of nine taxa endemic to the Northern Territory, Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 10(2): 287-288, Figs 2 (map), 19j [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Headwaters of the East Alligator River, 12°48' S, 133°21' E, L. A. Craven & G. M. Wightman 8336, 31.iii.1984 (holo: CANB [CANB399182!]; iso: AD [AD99351079!], MEL!)."
  • Etymology: "Epithet derived from the Latin, amplectens (clasping), alluding to the arched and appressed rays of stellate hairs that appear to be clasping the leaves and stems."
Duretto, M.F. (28 June 1999), Systematics of Boronia section Valvatae sensu lato (Rutaceae). Muelleria 12(1): 102, Fig. 16 (map) BHL APC [secondary reference]
  • Type: "... MEL 722594."
  • APC Dist.: NT
Duretto, M.F. & Ladiges, P.Y. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2013), Boronia Sect. 6. Valvatae. Flora of Australia 26: 274, Fig. 45S-Y [secondary reference]