Australian Systematic Botany Australian Systematic Botany Society
Taxonomy, biogeography and evolution of plants
RESEARCH ARTICLE

A revision of Lauraceae in Australia (excluding Cassytha)

BPM Hyland

Australian Systematic Botany 2(2) 135 - 367
Published: 1989

Abstract

This study deals with seven of the eight genera represented in Australia. Beilschmiedia: 11 species including 6 new species, B. brunnea, B. castrisinensis, B. collina, B. peninsularis, B. recurva, B. volckii and one new combination B. tooram (Endiandra tooram). Cinnamomum: 5 species. Cryptocarya: 46 species including 21 new species, C. bamagana, C. bellendenkerana, C. clarksoniana, C. claudiana, C. cocosoides, C. dorrigoensis, C. glaucocarpa, C. grandis, C. leucophylla, C. lividula, C. macdonaldii, C. melanocarpa, C. nova-anglica, C. onoprienkoana, C. putida, C. rhodosperma, C. saccharata, C. sclerophylla, C. smaragdina, C. vulgaris, C. williwilliana and two new varieties C. triplinenis var. pubens and C. triplinervis var. riparia. Endiandra: 38 species including 14 new species, E. bellendenkerana, E, bessaphila, E. collinsii, E. cooperana, E. floydii, E. grayi, E. jonesii, E. leptodendron, E. limnophila, E. monothyra, E. phaeocarpa, E. sideroxylon, E. wolfei, E. xanthocarpa and two new subspecies E. muelleri ssp. bracteata and E. monothyra ssp. trichophylla. Lindera: one new species, L. queenslandica. Litsea: 11 species including 4 new species, L. australis, L. bennettii, L. connorsii, L. granitica. Neolitsea: 3 species.

http://dx.doi.org/10.1071/SB9890135

© CSIRO 1989


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