Vascular Plants

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Rhamnaceae Juss.
Spyridium furculentum W.R.Barker & Kellermann , legitimatescientific apni APC Kellermann, J. & Barker, W.R. (16 March 2012), Revision of the Spyridium bifidum - S. halmaturinum complex (Rhamaceae: Pomaderreae) from South Australia and Victoria. Muelleria 30(1): 38-40, Figs 1m-q, 2 (map), 3d-e [tax. nov.]
  • Type: Victoria. [Precise locality information withheld for conservation reasons] Cooack Settlement Rd, S of Little Desert N.P. boundary, 21 Oct. 1995, W.R.Barker 7606, R.M.Barker & E. Kuzmanov (AD 173231). Isotype; AD, B, BM, CANB, K, MEL, MO, NSW, NY, PERTH, SI, W).
  • Etymology: The epithet derives from the Latin furcatus, forked, and the suffix -ulentus, indicating marked development, referring to the prominently forked leaves, unique in the S. halmaturinum group.

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