Vascular Plants

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Myrtaceae Juss.
Thryptomene globifera Rye , legitimatescientific apni APC Rye, B.L. (27 November 2014), An update to the taxonomy of some Western Australian genera of Myrtaceae tribe Chamelaucieae. 3. Thryptomene. Nuytsia 24: 284-285, Fig. 3 (map) [tax. nov.]
  • Type: on a track along the north-west side of the railway line opposite Indarra, 0.9 km from Desmond Road intersection with Geraldton-Mount Magnet road, Western Australia, 22 August 2003, B.L. Rye 238100 & M.E. Trudgen (holo: PERTH 06744427; iso: CANB, K, MEL).
  • Etymology: "From the Latin globus (sphere, ball) and -fer (carrying), as the flowers are borne in a single globular cluster on each branchlet."

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