Vascular Plants

APC: Eucalyptus goniocalyx
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APC (version 51689212) published 10/06/22 by amonro
APC Dist.
SA, NSW, ACT, Vic
APC Comment
A reputed hybrid E. goniocalyx x E. mannifera is the basis of E. westonii Maiden & Blakely (Pryor & Johnson, 1971; Chippendale, 1988). Hybrids between E. cypellocarpa and E. goniocalyx are known in Vic (= E. sp. aff. goniocalyx (Dandenong Ranges)). Euclid (2006) includes Eucalyptus semiglobosa in this species as a subspecies.
Plantae / Charophyta / Equisetopsida / Magnoliidae / Rosanae / Myrtales / Myrtaceae / Eucalyptus
6 sub taxa
Eucalyptus goniocalyx F.Muell. ex Miq., legitimate CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Eucalyptus elaeophora F.Muell., legitimate (1864) taxonomic synonymEucalyptus cambagei H.Deane & Maiden, legitimate (1900) taxonomic synonymEucalyptus cambagei H.Deane & Maiden var. cambagei, legitimate (1900) taxonomic synonymEucalyptus x cordieri var. brachypoma Blakely, legitimate (1934) taxonomic synonymEucalyptus goniocalyx (Wimmera), [n/a] (June 2003) taxonomic synonym
Eucalyptus goniocalyx F.Muell. ex Miq. subsp. goniocalyx, legitimate CHAH (2006), Australian Plant Census Eucalyptus goniocalyx F.Muell. ex Miq. var. goniocalyx, legitimate (5 January 1867) nomenclatural synonym
Eucalyptus goniocalyx subsp. laxa Rule, legitimate CHAH (7 July 2021), Australian Plant Census Eucalyptus aff. goniocalyx (Brisbane Ranges), [n/a] (June 2003) taxonomic synonym

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