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Cupaniopsis cooperorum (Sapindaceae), a new species from the Wet Tropics, Queensland

Paul I. Forster
Austrobaileya
Vol. 6, No. 2 (2002), pp. 267-271
Published by: Queensland Herbarium
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41738980
Page Count: 5

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Topics: Plants, Calyx, Leaves, New species, Species, Biological taxonomies, Petals, Inflorescences, Fruits, Butchering
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Cupaniopsis cooperorum (Sapindaceae), a new species from the Wet Tropics, Queensland
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Abstract

A new species from the Wet Tropics rainforest, Cupaniopsis cooperorum is described and illustrated. This species is restricted to complex notophyll vineforest on basalt derived substrates in the area around Topaz, Millaa Millaa and Butchers Creek. A conservation status of Vulnerable is recommended. A new key to the species of Australian Cupaniopsis is provided.

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