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Bursaria (Pittosporaceae): a Morphometric Analysis and Revision

Cayzer, Lindy; Crisp, Michael; Telford, I. R. H.


Bursaria is an endemic Australian genus of mostly spinescent, scruffy shrubs and trees, found in all but the most arid or alpine areas. Previous classifications include many infraspecific taxa and have proved unworkable in eastern Australia. This paper presents a revision of the genus. On the basis of phenetic analyses of morphometric characters the following taxa are now recognised: B. calcicola L.Cayzer, Crisp and l.Telford, B. incana Lindl., B. longisepala Domin, B. occidentalis E.M.Benn.,...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 1999
Type: Journal article
Source: Australian Systematic Botany


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