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Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Olearia heloderma Albr. & I.Telford , legitimate scientific apni Albrecht, D.E., Bruhl, J.J., Lepschi, B.J., Schmidt-Lebuhn, A.N. & Telford, I.R. (28 May 2024), A new species of Olearia (Asteraceae: Astereae) from the Australian Capital Territory and adjacent New South Wales. Telopea 27: 23-28, Figs. 1, 2 (map), 3-4 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "New South Wales: Southern Tablelands: Scabby Range, head of Sams Creek, 3 km S of Mt Kelly, 22 Jan 1982, I.R.Telford 11541, F.E.Davies, A.M.Lyne & S.York (holo: CBG 9200477!; iso: AD, BRI, HO, MEL, NSW, PERTH)."
  • Etymology: "The specific epithet is a noun in apposition and derived from the Greek, helos- nail, stud or wart... and derma- skin, in reference to the glandular verrucose leaf submargins, and the resemblance of the leaf submargin texture to the skin of the helodermatid lizard Heloderma suspectum Cope, the Gila Monster."

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