Laxmannia morrisii Keighery (Anthericaceae) a synonym of L. squarrosa Lindl not a native of Tasmania
Morris, DI (2004) Laxmannia morrisii Keighery (Anthericaceae) a synonym of L. squarrosa Lindl not a native of Tasmania. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 138 . pp. 35-36. ISSN 0080-4703
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In the course of preparation of the account of the Liliaceae for
Part 4B of The Students Flora of Tasmania (Curtis & Morris
1994), an unmounted specimen of a Laxmannia was found
in the collection at the Tasmanian Herbarium (HO) (pI. 1).
Accompanying the specimen was a note in the handwriting
of Dr Winifred Curtis giving the collection details "WD.J.
Snug Plains or Middlesex Plains? Jan 1960". "WD.J."
referred to Professor William D. Jackson. A later addition
to the note indicated that Professor Jackson thought that it
may have been collected at Snug Plains, probably near Grey
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