Vascular Plants Australian Plant Name Index (APNI)

Showing Pultenaea williamsoniana
Fabaceae Lindl.
Pultenaea williamsoniana J.H.Willis , legitimate, scientific
Willis, J.H. (1967), Systematic Notes on the Indigenous Australian Flora. Muelleria 1(3): 125-126 BHL [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Mt. Zero, northern extremity of Grampians, Victoria – H.B. Williamson, early Oct. 1927, cum floribus (MEL). Isotype at NSW."
  • Etymology: "The epithet honours the late Herbert Bennett Williamson (1860-1931), a botanist in the Victorian Education Department who for many years made the genus Pultenaea his particular study, who published many novelties (including 14 new species) thereunder and who first discovered P. williamsoniana."
Corrick, M.G. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1996), Pultenaea. Flora of Victoria 3: 784-785, Fig. 158a [secondary reference]
de Kok, R.P.J. & West, J.G. (13 May 2003), A revision of the genus Pultenaea (Fabaceae) 2. Eastern Australian species with velutinous ovaries and incurved leaves. Australian Systematic Botany 16(2): 271, Fig. 16 APC [secondary reference]
taxonomic synonym: Pultenaea angustifolia var. viscosa H.B.Will. legitimate
  • APC Dist.: Vic