Vascular Plants Australian Plant Name Index (APNI)

Showing Stemodia anisata
Plantaginaceae Juss.
Stemodia anisata A.R.Bean , legitimate, scientific
Bean, A.R. (14 November 2018), Stemodia anisata A.R.Bean (Plantaginaceae), a new species from Queensland and the Northern Territory. Austrobaileya 10(2): 242-243, Figs. 1, 2, Map 1 APC [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Queensland. Burke District: Ardmore Station, S of Mount Isa, 25 July 2004, R. Booth 3572 & D. Kelman (holo: BRI [1 sheet]; iso: CANB, DNA, NSW, NY, distribuendi)."
  • APC Dist.: Qld
  • Etymology: "The Latin epithet anisata refers to the aniseed aroma of the crushed leaves, mentioned independently by two collectors."
Brown, G.K. & Bostock, P.D. (December 2019), Appendix A: New names and name and status changes 2018 to 2019. Introduction to the Census of the Queensland Flora 2019: 12 [secondary reference]