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The topodemes of Banksia canei J.H. Willis (Proteaceae)

A Salkin and ND Hallam

Australian Journal of Botany 26(5) 707 - 721
Published: 1978

Abstract

Banksia canei J . H. Willis consists of four distinct geographically isolated forms (topodemes). The variation noted between these by means of experimental cultivation is documented and a hypothesis to account for this variation is proposed. The relationship of this species with other Eubanksia species with a requirement for a cold treatment is also examined.



Full text doi:10.1071/BT9780707

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