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Acacia centrinervia Maiden & Blakely, J. Proc. Roy. Soc. New South Wales 60: 172, t. 13, figs 12--17 (1927)
Name Status. Accepted Name
Infra-generic Classification. Section Acacia (syn. Section Phyllodineae)
Notes. This taxon was originally described as Acacia lineata Group 1 by J.H. Maiden, Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 49: 497 (1916), but a decade later formally described as A. centrinervia. It was noted by B.R. Maslin, Flora of Australia 11A: 591 (2001) as a variant under A. lineata of which it may indeed represent an aberrant form. Except for the type from Parkes, New South Wales, the only other presumably naturally occurring material seen of it is from near Herries Range, near Inglewood, Queensland, collected in Oct. 1922 (C.J. Smith 2, BRI, NSW). ‘Typical’ A. lineata occurs at both Parkes and Inglewood. Although A. centrinervia is provisionally recognised here by Maslin, it is noted that the taxonomic status of this entity should be reassessed in the light of a comprehensive review of A. lineata. (See Flora of Australia Online treatment.).
Racosperma centrinervium (Maiden & Blakely) Pedley (1987) [Homotypic synonym]
[Source. Maiden & Blakely (1927: 173) ]
AUSTRALIA [N]: New South Wales, Queensland
Abbreviations: [N - Native].
Type Designation. Holotype: Parkes, N.S.W., Oct. 1906, J.L.Boorman s.n (NSW166405); isotypes: K, MEL. Source. WorldWideWattle.
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