Could this be Australia’s rarest Banksia? Banksia vincentia (Proteaceae), a new species known from fourteen plants from south-eastern New South Wales, Australia
Possession of hooked, distinctively discolorous styles, a broadly flabellate common bract subtending each flower pair, and a lignotuber place a putative new species, Banksia sp. Jervis Bay, in the B.…
First instalment in resolution of the Banksia spinulosa complex (Proteaceae): B. neoanglica, a new species supported by phenetic analysis, ecology and geography
The hypothesis is that under biological, phenetic and diagnosable species concepts that each of the currently named taxa within the Banksia spinulosa complex is a separate species.
Colour of floral styles in the Banksia spinulosa Sm complex (Proteaceae) relates to the anthocyanin and flavonol profile, not soil pH.
A morphometric analysis of the Banksia spinulosa complex (Proteaceae) and its complex taxonomic implications
- M. L. Stimpson, P. Weston, R. W. Whalley, J. Bruhl
- Environmental ScienceAustralian Systematic Botany
- 30 June 2016
It is highlighted that there is much more hidden morphological diversity in the B. spinulosa complex than has previously been recognised in any of the current competing taxonomies.
Investigations into the cotyledonary node in the Banksia spinulosa complex (Proteaceae) reveal functional traits related to seedling survival
A turn in species conservation for hairpin banksias: demonstration of oversplitting leads to better management of diversity
- T. Wilson, M. Rossetto, L. Croft
- Environmental ScienceAmerican-Eurasian journal of botany
- 27 September 2022
Abstract Premise Understanding evolutionary history and classifying discrete units of organisms remain overwhelming tasks, and lags in this workload concomitantly impede an accurate documentation of…