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On the systematic position of the Australian nelsonias and thunbergias and of the Ruellia species which by domin were referredto Aporuellia clarke

@inproceedings{Bremekamp1964OnTS,
  title={On the systematic position of the Australian nelsonias and thunbergias and of the Ruellia species which by domin were referredto Aporuellia clarke},
  author={C.E.B. Bremekamp},
  year={1964}
}
  • C.E.B. Bremekamp
  • Published 1964
  • Biology
  • The reduction of Nelsonia campestris R.Br. to N. canescens (Lam.) Sprengl. was not justified; N. campestris is a species confined to Australia or, perhaps, to Australia and New Guinea; arguments are adduced against Bentham’s view that N. campestris would be a common tropical weed. Thunbergia arnhemica F. v. Mull. was erroneously sunk in Th. fragrans Roxb.; the latter is confined to India and Ceylon and Th. arnhemica to Australia. Ruellia acaulis R.Br., R. australis Cav., R. pumilio R.Br. and R… CONTINUE READING
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