Vascular Plants

APC: Corymbia bella
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APC (version 51343951) published 28/11/19 by amonro
APC Dist.
WA, NT, Qld
APC Comment
The status of C. arafurica is unclear. Hill & Johnson (1995) recognised it as distinct, along with C. paracolpica and C. bella in Australia, confining C. papuana to PNG. Brooker, Field Guide Eucalypts 3: 50 (2004) suggested that C. arafurica might be synonymous with C. papuana, which he considered extended to Australia. Euclid (2006) maintained C. arafurica as a distinct species, along with C. bella, but placed C. paracolpica in C. papuana. The current NT Census places C. arafurica in C. bella, pointing to major intergradation between the two, documented even by Hill & Johnson (1995). Hybrids between C. bella and C. confertiflora are known in the NT (Hill & Johnson, 1995). Hybrids are known between C. disjuncta and C. bella (Hill & Johnson, 1995). Intergrades are known between C. arafurica and C. bella in NT (Hill & Johnson, 1995). Hybrids are recorded between C. pauciseta and C. arafurica-C. bella intergrades (Hill & Johnson, 1995). Hybrids are recorded for Qld between C. bella and C. grandifolia subsp. grandifolia and between C. bella and C. papuana ('C paracolpica') (Hill & Johnson, 1995).
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Rosanae / Myrtales / Myrtaceae / Corymbia
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Corymbia bella K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson, legitimate CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Eucalyptus bella (K.D.Hill & L.A.S.Johnson) Brooker, legitimate (28 February 2000) nomenclatural synonymEucalyptus sp. AA, [n/a] (1994) taxonomic synonym

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