Pultenaea whiteana S.T.Blake
Blake, S.T. (1951) A new species of Pultenaea from South-east
Queensland. The Queensland Naturalist 14: 49, & fig.
"Queensland. Moreton District: Mt. Maroon, more or less
heath-like vegetation on the upper rocky slopes, 670–820
m., 19th September, 1948, Blake 18251 ... fl. (TYPE in herb.
Kok, R.P.J. de & West, J.G. (2003) A revision of the genus
Pultenaea (Fabaceae) 2. Eastern Australian species with
velutinous ovaries and incurved leaves. Australian
Systematic Botany 16(2): 270-271, Fig. 15