Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/2440/130608
Type: Journal article
Title: A review of Colletieae and Discaria (Rhamnaceae) in Australia
Author: Kellermann, J.
Udovicic, F.
Citation: Swainsona, 2020; 33(8):149-159
Publisher: State Herbarium of South Australia
Issue Date: 2020
ISSN: 2206-1649
2206-1657
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Jürgen Kellermann and Frank Udovicic
Abstract: The tribe Colletieae (Rhamnaceae) is reviewed for Australia. It is primarily South American, but two species of Discaria Hook., D. pubescens (Brongn.) Druce and D. nitida Tortosa, occur in south-eastern Australia and Tasmania. The two species are described and illustrated. A hybrid taxon sometimes occurs in areas where the two species are sympatric. The history and typification of the name D. pubescens and its synonyms is discussed and clarified.
Keywords: Taxonomy; nomenclature, pre-1958 holotype; Rhamnaceae; Colletieae; Discaria; South America; Australia; New South Wales; Queensland; Tasmania; Victoria
Description: Published online: 22 Dec. 2020
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