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Macadamia erecta (Proteaceae), a New Species from Sulawesi
J. ANDREW MCDONALD and ISMAIL R.
Harvard Papers in Botany
Vol. 1, No. 7 (September 1995), pp. 7-10
Published by: Harvard University Herbaria
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41761991
Page Count: 4
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Only one in three species of Macadamia known from Malesia is native: M. hildebrandii Steenis, a narrow endemic of Sulawesi. Macadamia ternifolia F. Muell. and M. tetraphylla L. A. S. Johnson are introductions from eastern Australia, the former producing the macadamia nut of commerce. Recent botanical explorations on ultramafic substrates in Southeast Sulawesi have uncovered populations of a new species, M. erecta, with close relations to Hildebrand's macadamia.
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