The life history and genetic system of Leucopogon juniperinus

@article{Smithwhite1955TheLH,
  title={The life history and genetic system of Leucopogon juniperinus},
  author={S Smith-white},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1955},
  volume={9},
  pages={79-91}
}
Leucopogon juniperinus R. Br. has a wide but apparently discontinuous distribution in the coastal and tableland regions of eastern Australia. It extends over a latitudinal range of nearly iooo miles, from Gympie (Queensland) to Gippsland, and is found at altitudes from sea level to 4000 feet. Throughout this range, the species shows a high degree of uniformity in morphological characters, and it is apparent that this uniformity has a cytological basis. 
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