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|Title:||Thysanotus unicupensis (Laxmanniaceae), a new species discovered in Unicup Nature Reserve, south-west Western Australia|
|Citation:||Nuytsia, 2009; 19(2):259-263|
|Publisher:||Department of Conservation and Land Management|
|Udani M. Sirisena, Terry D. Macfarlane and John G. Conran|
|Abstract:||Sirisena, U.M., Macfarlane, T.D. and Conran, J.G. Thysanotus unicupensis (Laxmanniaceae), a new species discovered in Unicup Nature Reserve, south-west Western Australia. Nuytsia 19(2): 259–263 (2009). Thysanotus unicupensis is described as a new species from south-west Western Australia. This species shows some affinities to T. chinensis, T. formosus and T. parviflorus and is apparently localised on lateritic soils in moderately sunny areas within Jarrah/Marri (Eucalyptus marginata/Corymbia calophylla) woodlands. The key published in Flora of Australia (1987) is amended to include the new species.|
|Rights:||© Department of Parks and Wildlife 2009|
|Appears in Collections:||Earth and Environmental Sciences publications|
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