Flora of Australia Volume 25—Melianthaceae to Simaroubaceae
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Volume 25 of Flora of Australia contains 7 families of plants. The largest is Sapindaceae, with 30 genera and 193 species. Many of these are rainforest plants of Queensland and New South Wales, but a number occur elsewhere in Australia. The genus contains the large genus Dodonaea (native hops), which occurs widely in drier regions.
Also in this volume is Anarcardiaceae, with 9 genera and 13 species in Australia. These are mostly tropical plants but include several trees naturalised in southern regions.
The other families are Simaroubiaceae (4 genera, with 5 native species and 1 naturalised species), Burseraceae (2 genera, 5 native species), Melianthaceae (1 genus, 2 naturalised species), Akaniaceae (1 native species) and Aceraceae (1 naturalised species).
This volume covers 7 families, 48 genera and 221 species.
17 new taxa are described, as well as new combinations and lectotypifications.
This volume is dedicated to Professor Ralph Slatyer, A.O., F.A.A., F.R.S.,
Chairman, 1981–1984, Australian Biological Resources Study Advisory Committee, in recognition of his support of the Flora of Australia project.
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Flora of Australia
ISBN-10: 0 644 03724 5
ISBN-13: 978 0 644 03724 2
ISBN-10: 0 644 03725 3
ISBN-13: 978 0 644 03725 9
250 × 176 mm (B5)
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supplementary glossary, index
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