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NOTES ON LEGUMINOSAE. I

L. Pedley
Austrobaileya
Vol. 1, No. 1 (1977), pp. 25-42
Published by: Queensland Herbarium
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41738605
Page Count: 18
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NOTES ON LEGUMINOSAE. I
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Abstract

The species known generally as Acacia ligulata is a subspecies of A. bivenosa DC. and the combination A. bivenosa subsp. wayi, based on A. salicina Lindl. var. Wayae Maiden, is made. A. bivenosa subsp. bivenosa and subsp. wayi are not sharply differentiated. A. elliptica A. Cunn. ex Benth. and A. bivenosa var. borealis Hochr. are synonyms of A. bivenosa subsp. wayi. A. mimula Pedley is a new name for A. propinqua Pedley non A. Rich. A. dissoneura F. Muell. is a synonym of A. dineura F. Muell. Prosopis glandulosa Torr., P. juliflora (Sw.) DC., P. juliflora (Sw.) DC. X P. velutina Woot. and P. limensis Benth. are naturalized in Australia. A key to distinguish them is given. A key to the five species of Lysiphyllum found in Australia is provided. New combinations are L. carronii (F. Muell.) Pedley based on Bauhinia carronii F. Muell., L. hookeri (F. Muell.) Pedley, based on B. hookeri F. Muell., and L. gilvum (F. M. Bailey) Pedley based on B. cunninghamii Benth. forma gilva F. M. Bailey. Caesalpina robusta (C. T. White) Pedley is a new combination based on Mezonevron robustum C. T. White and C. subtropica is a new name for C. brachycarpa (Benth.) Hattink non (A. Gray) Fisher. Daviesia flava Pedley and D. discolor Pedley are described and distinguished from D. arborea W. Hill, D. latifolia R.Br. and D. mimosoides R.Br. D. corymbosa does not occur in Queensland. A key to the six Queensland taxa of Mirbelia is given. M. speciosa subsp. ringrosei (F. M. Bailey) Pedley, based on M. ringrosei F. M. Bailey, is a new combination. M. confertiflora Pedley is a new species that has previously been confused with M. aotoides F. Muell. Stylosanthes sundaica Taub, is conspecific with S. humilis H.B.K. which is naturalized in Queensland. Three new names in Tephrosia are: T. spechtii Pedley, T. rufula Pedley and T. benthamii Pedley based on T. purpurea (L.) Pers. var. axillaris Baker fil., T. purpurea var. rufescens Benth. and T. rosea F. Muell. ex Benth. var. angustifolia Benth. respectively. T. delestangii and T. virens are described as new.

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