Two new species of Asteridea Lindl. (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae)

@article{Short2000TwoNS,
  title={Two new species of Asteridea Lindl. (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae)},
  author={P. S. Short},
  journal={Australian Systematic Botany},
  year={2000},
  volume={13},
  pages={739-744}
}
  • P. Short
  • Published 9 November 2000
  • Biology, Physics
  • Australian Systematic Botany
Two new species, Asteridea archeri and A. morawana, both from Western Australia, are described and illustrated. Notes on their distribution, habitat and conservation status are provided. A key to the nine species of Asteridea now recognised is included. 
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