Acacia dealbata Link subsp. dealbata, Telopea 9(2): 319-322 (2001)
Name Status. Accepted Name
Infra-generic Classification. Section Botrycephalae
Classification. The species containing this taxon includes 2 infraspecific taxa
Notes. Autonym established by publication of Acacia dealbata subsp. subalpina Tindale & Kodela.
Racosperma dealbatum (Link) Pedley subsp. dealbatum (2003) [Autonym]
[Source. Fl. Australia 11A: 243 (2001) ]
AUSTRALIA: Australian Capital Territory [N], New South Wales [N], South Australia [Nl], Tasmania [N], Victoria [N], Western Australia [Nl]
Abbreviations: [N - Native, Nl - Naturalised].
Type. Based on Acacia dealbata Link
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