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Leptospermum jingera (Myrtaceae–Leptospermoideae): a new species from north-eastern Victoria

AM Lyne and MD Crisp

Australian Systematic Botany 9(3) 301 - 306
Published: 1996


Leptospennurn jingera, a new species from the Brumby Point area of the snowfields natural region of north-eastern Victoria, is described and illustrated. It is a highly restricted endemic most closely related to L. nainadgiensis Lyne.

Full text doi:10.1071/SB9960301

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