Vascular Plants

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Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Olearia orientalis A.R.Bean & Jobson , legitimate scientific apni APC Bean, A.R. & Jobson, P.C. (18 December 2017), Olearia bella A.R.Bean & Jobson and O. orientalis A.R.Bean & Jobson (Asteraceae: Astereae), two new species from Queensland. Austrobaileya 10(1): 106-109, Figs 4, 5, Map 1 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Typus: Queensland. PORT CURTIS DISTRICT: 3 km E of Glenavon homestead, Five Mile Creek headwaters, 1 March 1994, P.I. Forster PIF15039 & A.R. Bean (holo: BRI [2 sheets]; iso: AD, CANB, DNA, K, L, MEL, NSW, PE)."
  • Etymology: "From the Latin orientalis, meaning ‘eastern’ or ‘of the east’. This refers to the distribution of the species in eastern Australia.

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basionym of: Landerolaria orientalis (A.R.Bean & Jobson) G.L.Nesom legitimate

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