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Boea cavernarum Zich & B.Gray (Gesneriaceae), a remarkable new species from north Queensland, Australia

F.A. Zich & B. Gray

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F.A. Zich [1,2*] & B. Gray [1]

[1] Australian Tropical Herbarium, James Cook University Nguma Bada Campus, McGregor Road, Smithfield, Queensland 4878, Australia
[2] National Research Collections Australia, Commonwealth Industrial and Scientific Research Organisation (CSIRO), GPO Box 1700, Canberra, ACT 2601, Australia

Abstract

Boea cavernarum, restricted to near limestone crevices and caves in NE Queensland, is described. Images of whole plants, flowers, fruit and leaf indumentum, a distribution map, and a key to all species of Boea in Australia are provided. Thirteen species are now recognised in Boea.

Cite this paper as: Zich FA & Gray B (2024). Boea cavernarum Zich & B.Gray (Gesneriaceae), a remarkable new species from north Queensland, Australia. Australian Journal of Taxonomy 62: 1–8. doi: https://doi.org/10.54102/ajt.fxy40

This paper was published on: 29/4/2024

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