Vascular Plants

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Orchidaceae Juss.
Diuris decrementum D.L.Jones & C.J.French , legitimate scientific apni APC Jones, D.L. & French, C.J. (2013), The characterisation of Diuris laxiflora Lindl. and the description of four new allied species from Western Australia. Australian Orchid Review 78(1): 30-33 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Western Australia. Roe District, 1.6 km north of Gibson, 12 Oct. 1993, D.L.Jones 12293 (holo CBG 9710258, iso AD, MEL, NSW, PERTH).
  • Etymology: "The Latin decrementum, diminishing, lessening, in reference to the short habit and small flowers of this species."
  • Comment: The epithet decrementum is here treated as being a noun in apposition under ICN Art. 23.5 (Shenzhen Code, 2018) and thus retains its termination irrespective of the gender of the generic name.

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