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Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Brachyscome barkerae P.S.Short , legitimate scientific apni APC Short, P.S. (1 December 2014), A taxonomic review of Brachyscome Cass. (Asteraceae: Astereae), including description of a new genus, Roebuckia, new species and new infraspecific taxa. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 28: 141-142, Figs 6A, 46 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Victoria. Snowy Range, Howitt Plain, +- 2 1/2 miles SSE of Mt Howitt, [c. 37 11'S, 146 38'E], 1 Jan. 1973, A.C. Beauglehole 40875 (holotype: MEL 529577)"
  • Etymology: "We've talked and corresponded intermittently about daisies for some years and it is with pleasure that I name this species after Mrs Judy Barker, editor of Australian brachyscomes (Salkin et al. 1995), a co-author of Australian Daisies for Gardens and Floral Art and Everlasting Daisies of Australia, and at various stages a leader of the Australian Daisy Study Group (a specialist group - currently on hold - within the Australian Native Plants Society) and editor of its newsletter."

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