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Terminalia hadleyana subsp. carpentariae (C.T.White) Pedley, Fl. Australia 18: 326 (1990)

Terminalia carpentariae C.T.White, Proc. Roy. Soc. Queensland 61: 57 (1950). T: Crocodile Is., Arnhem Land, N.T., D.F.Thomson 111 ; holo: BRI.

Illustrations: R.J.Petheram & B.Kok, Pl. Kimberley Region W. Australia t. 237 (1983); J.Brock, Top End Native Pl. 313 (1988).

Calyx tomentose outside; fruit puberulous or tomentose, shortly beaked. Fig. 100D, F.

Extending from the western Kimberley, W.A., where it occurs with Terminalia hadleyana subsp. hadleyana to the south-eastern Gulf of Carpentaria, Qld. Usually in shallow sandy soil but in eastern Arnhem Land sometimes associated with coastal dunes. Map 378.

W.A.: E side of Mitchell R., c. 30 km NW of mining campsite, K.F.Kenneally 7797 (CANB, K, PERTH). N.T.: Nourlangie Rock area, J.McKean B789 (BRI, CANB, DNA, K, L).

Since publication of the Flora of Australia the Australian Plant Census treats this taxon as Terminalia carpentariae .

(L.Pedley)

 

Data derived from Flora of Australia Volume 18 (1990), a product of ABRS, ©Commonwealth of Australia