Views on the affinity of Acradenia
Mueller, Ferdinand (1867) Views on the affinity of Acradenia. Monthly Notices of Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania . pp. 7-8.
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Among the few endemic genera of Tasmanian plants, Aciadenia
is one of the most remarkable. Its only representative,
Acradenia frankliniae, Lady Franklin's tree, was discovered
by Dr. Jos. Milligan, on Franklin's River, in 1842, and
phytographically defined by Mr. Richard Kippist, in 1852.
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