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TAXONOMIC STUDIES IN EUPHRASIA L. (SCROPHULARIACEAE). VII. A NEW SPECIES AND A WIDELY DISJUNCT POPULATION FROM SOUTH-EASTERN TASMANIA
Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Garden
Vol. 17 (29 August, 1996), pp. 217-221
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23873906
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A new species E. fragosa from south-eastern Tasmania restricted to two sites near Southport and on south Bruny Island on either side of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel is formally described. It belongs to Sect. Striatae and is closely allied to E. striata and E. semipicta. It is endangered owing to its being known from two populations with limited numbers of plants. An outlying population of E. collina ssp. diemenica confined to the summit of a small mountain on the Tasman Peninsula is identified.
Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Garden © 1996 Board of the Botanic Gardens and State Herbarium, Adelaide, South Australia