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Cycas terryana P.I.Forst. (Cycadaceae), a new species from central Queensland
Paul I. Forster
Vol. 8, No. 3 (2011), pp. 356-363
Published by: Queensland Herbarium
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41965590
Page Count: 8
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A new species of Cycas from the Broadsound and Connors Ranges in central Queensland is described, illustrated and diagnosed as C. terryana P.I.Forst. It is known from five populations in an area of occurrence of approximately 800 km² and does not occur in any conservation reserves. A conservation status of Vulnerable based on the IUCN criterion of D2 is recommended for the species.
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