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A taxonomic revision of Cassytha (Lauraceae) in Australia

@inproceedings{Weber1981ATR,
  title={A taxonomic revision of Cassytha (Lauraceae) in Australia},
  author={Jennifer Weber},
  year={1981}
}
The taxonomy of the genus Cassytha L. (Lauraceae) in Australia is revised: in Australia there are 14 species, 3 varieties and 5 forms, all of them endemic except C. filiformis, C. capillaris and C. pubescens. [] Key Result candida, C. aurea var. hirta, C. peninsularis var.flindersii and C. glabella f. bicallosa. New combinations are: Cassytha glabella f. casuarinae (Nees) J.Z. Weber (C. casuarinae Nees), C. glabella f. dispar (Schltdl.) J.Z. Weber (C. dispar Schltd1.). C. racemosa f. muelleri (Meisn.) J.Z…

Cassytha pubescens and C. glabella (Lauraceae) are not disjunctly distributed between Australia and the Ryukyu Archipelago of Japan – evidence from morphological and molecular data

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