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Hibbertia aplacophylla (Dilleniaceae), a new species from south-western Western Australia segregated from H. notibractea
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School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley WA 6009
Hibbertia aplacophylla K.R.Thiele sp. nov. is here segregated from H. notibractea J.R.Wheeler. It comprises plants from a disjunct population on the far south coast of Western Australia that differ most significantly from H. notibractea in having leaves with a distinct midrib and recurved margins (cf. flat with neither midrib nor recurved margins), sepals that are quite glabrous (cf. ciliate-margined), and anthers held erect at the ends of the fused filaments (cf. deflexed).
Cite this paper as: Thiele KR (2023). Hibbertia aplacophylla (Dilleniaceae), a new species from south-western Western Australia segregated from H. notibractea. Australian Journal of Taxonomy 12: 1–4. doi: https://doi.org/10.54102/ajt.qbui8
This paper was published on: 11/2/2023