Vascular Plants

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Lentibulariaceae Rich.
Utricularia cowiei R.W.Jobson & Baleeiro , legitimate scientific apni Jobson, R.W. & Baleeiro, P.C. (19 December 2022), Recircumscription of Utricularia leptorhyncha and U. lasiocaulis and three related new species for northern Australia. Telopea 25: 378, Figs 3g-h, 9 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "WESTERN AUSTRALIA: North Kimberley: King Edward River [precise location withheld], Dunlop C.R. 5366, 29 February 1980 (holo: DNA D0016726, iso: DNA, PERTH, MEL, K – all spirit)."
  • Etymology: "The specific epithet honours Dr Ian Cowie, former (retired) Chief Botanist of the Northern Territory Herbarium (DNA), who has made many important collections and provided essential information for understanding the taxonomy of Australian Utricularia."

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