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Pultenaea benthamii

Pultenaea benthamii F.Muell.

Mueller, F.J.H. von (1855) Definitions of rare or hitherto undescribed Australian Plants, chiefly collected within the boundaries of the colony of Victoria. Transactions of the Philosophical Society of Victoria 1: 38
TYPE:   "On springs and rivulets in the Grampians, and amongst rocks on the top of Mount Abrupt."
COMMENT:   Also published by Mueller in Hooker's J. Bot. & Kew Gard. Misc. 8 (1856) 42. See paper by O.Seberg, Taxon 35 (1986) 262–271 which discusses the date of publication of Mueller's preprint.
Taxonomic Synonyms:

Pultenaea benthamii var. elatior Benth. ;  Bentham, G. (1864), Flora Australiensis 2: 114

Thompson, J. (1961) Papilionaceae. Flora of New South Wales 101(1): 46-79 (52)

Kok, R.P.J. de & West, J.G. (2004) A revision of the genus Pultenaea (Fabaceae) 3. The eastern species with recurved leaves. Australian Systematic Botany 17(3): 276-277, Fig. 1 (map)
LECTO:   amongst rocks on the top of Mount Abrupt, F. Mueller s.n. (lecto-, K) here designated.
DISTRIBUTION:   Victoria, New South Wales
Nomenclatural Synonyms:

Pultenaea benthamii F.Muell. var. benthamii ;  Bentham, G. (1864), Flora Australiensis 2: 114