Acacia obtecta Maiden & Blakely, J. Roy. Soc. Western Australia 13: 20, pl. 5, figs 1--6 (1928)
Name Status. Accepted Name
Infra-generic Classification. Section Plurinerves
Racosperma obtectum (Maiden & Blakely) Pedley (2003) [Homotypic synonym]
[Source. Fl. Australia 11B: 53 (2001) ]
Type Designation. Lectotype (designated by Kodela 2013: 71): Western Australia: between Kunnunoppin [Kununoppin] and Mount Marshall about long. 118º, lat. 31º, and Lake Barlee (long. 119º-120º, lat. 29º-30º), Winter–Spring 1919, Fitzgerald Fraser, per W.C. Grasby (NSW484887, flowering branchlet); probable isolectotype: K806144; possible isolectotype (otherwise residual syntype): MEL501393A n.v., PERTH703125 (fragment, ex K806144). Possible isolectotype: PERTH766348 p.p. (flowerhead in attached bag). Remaining syntype(s): Western Australia: Lake Giles, Oct 1919 (viz. label on lower left of sheet); between Kunnunoppin and Mount Marshall, about long. 118º, lat. 31º, and Lake Barlee (long. 119º–120º, lat. 29º–30º), Winter–Spring 1919, Fitzgerald Fraser, per W.C. Grasby (NSW484886; PERTH766356 – photograph of part of NSW collection – see below) (fruiting and sterile branchlets); PERTH766348 (p.p., excluding loose flowerhead in attached bag which is possibly part of the flowering lectotype collection that got mixed with this sheet of fruiting and sterile branchlets). Source. Kodela (2013: 72).
- Flora of Australia Online - Access to authoritative botanical profile (often updated from Flora of Australia 2001 treatment) which includes descriptive and associated information, information on names, characteristics, distribution, etc.
- WATTLE - Description, illlustration and map derived mostly from that published in Flora of Australia vols. 11A & 11B (2001).
- KALANNIE - This information originally appeared in Maslin (1998) "Wattle of the Kalannie region: their identification, characteristics and utilisation" (CDROM published by the Kalannie Land Care District and the Dept. Conservation and Land Management, Perth).
- FloraBase - Short description, distribution map from WA Herbarium specimens and often photos are provided for Western Australian taxa
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