Vascular Plants

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Fabaceae Lindl.
Acacia aptaneura Maslin & J.E.Reid , legitimatescientific apni APC Maslin, B.R. & Reid, J.E. (5 September 2012), A taxonomic revision of Mulga (Acacia aneura and its close relatives: Fabaceae) in Western Australia. Nuytsia 22(4): 171-181, Figs 15-18 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Paynes Find-Sandstone Road, 25 km east of Great Northern Highway, Western Australia, 11 November 2008, B.R. Maslin 9908 (holo: PERTH 07955111; iso: CANB, K, MEL).
  • Etymology: "The species name is derived from the Greek a- (without) and pteron (a wing) in allusion to the rimmed (wingless) pods, with 'aneura' as the stem of the epithet."

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