Vascular Plants

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Stylidiaceae R.Br.
Stylidium tenue subsp. majusculum Wege , legitimatescientific apni APC Wege, J.A. (9 October 2015), A taxonomic revision of the Stylidium brunonianum alliance (sect. Saxifragoidea: Stylidiaceae). Nuytsia 25: 339-341, Figs 7D (map), 10 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Chevin Road, 300 m east from Canning Mills Road, south-east of Perth, Western Australia, 24 October 2006, J.A. Wege 1380 (holotype: PERTH 08024537 Sheet 1 of 2, PERTH 08024588 Sheet 2 of 2; isotypes: CANB, MEL)."
  • Etymology: "The subspecies epithet is from the Latin majusculus (somewhat larger or greater) in reference to its tendency to have larger leaves and a more showy appearance than the typical subspecies."

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