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Showing Pultenaea candida
Type: "a native of New South Wales, lately introduced by Mr. Mackay."
Text: " The standard of the flowers on the type plate hsa a clear pointed apex. This character state is absent in Pultenaea and it is suggested that this taxon more likely belongs within the genus Phyllota or Latrobea."
APC Comment: A name of uncertain application, possibly referable to Latrobea or Phyllota (see R.P.J.de Kok and J.G.West, Austral. Syst. Bot. 16: 272 (2003)).
Lectotype: "(designated here): [illustration] “Pultenaea candida” in Loddiges, Bot. Cab. 13: t. 1236."