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Showing Brachyscome staceae
Type: "New South Wales. Northern Tablelands, 1 km NE of Backwater, 28 km NE of Guyra, 30 04'S, 151 53'E, c. 100 m alt., open Eucalyptus woodland, E. nova-anglica, E. pauciflora assoc., sandy soil on granite, 20 Jan. 1983, I.R. Telford 8981 & G. Butler (holotype: MEL 642763; isotype: CANB n.v.)."
APC Dist.: Qld, NSW
Etymology: "The name honours Dr Helen Stace for her general work on the cytology of Brachyscome s.lat. (Smith-White et al. 1970 [i.e. Smith-White, S. & Carter, C.R. The cytology of Brachycome lineariloba. 2. The chromosome species and their relationships. Chromosoma (Berlin) 30: 129-153 (1970)]) and her biosystematic studies of the B. aculeata group (Stace 1981 [i.e. Stace, H.M. Biosystematics of the Brachyscome aculeata (Labill.) Less. sensu G.L. Davis species complex (Compositae: Astereae). Australian Journal of Botany 29: 425-440 (1981)])."
Text: "... (N.S.W., recorded in error)"