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NEW SPECIES AND CHANGES IN SAPINDACEAE FROM QUEENSLAND
Vol. 3, No. 3 (1991), pp. 489-501
Published by: Queensland Herbarium
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41738788
Page Count: 13
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Four new species of Sapindaceae from Queensland viz Atalaya collina, Atalaya oligoclada, Cupaniopsis simulatus and Rhysotoechia florulenta, and a new subspecies of Rhysotoechia bifoliolata Radlk., viz R. bifoliolata subsp. nitida are described and notes on their distribution and affinities provided. Jagera dasyantha (Radlk.) S. Reyn. is a new combination based on Guioa dasyantha Radlk. The relationships of Alectryon unilobatus S. Reyn. with A. reticulatus Radlk., and Jagera discolor L.S. Smith ex S. Reyn. with J. dasyantha are assessed. A. unilobatus is reduced to synonymy of A. reticulatus, and J. discolor to J. dasyantha. Flowers of Alectryon kimberleyanus S. Reyn. and Cupaniopsis dallachyi S. Reyn. are described for the first time. Extensions of the range of Alectryon subdentatus forma pseudostipularis Radlk., and Atalaya calcicola S. Reyn. are recorded.
Austrobaileya © 1991 Queensland Herbarium