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G. J. Jordan et al. 2007

Full reference
G. J. Jordan, K. E. Bromfield, J. M. K. Sniderman and D. Crayn. 2007. Diverse fossil Epacrids (Styphelioideae; Ericaceae) from early pleistocene sediments at Stony Creek basin, Victoria, Australia. International Journal of Plant Sciences 168(9):1359-1376 [C. Jaramillo/C. Jaramillo/C. Jaramillo]
Metadata
ID number:  55374
Created:  2015-05-25 16:23:28
Modified:  2015-05-26 07:28:04
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1086/521686
Taxonomic names (2)
Taxonomic opinions (2) - view classification
'Cosmelieae belongs to Ericaceae' according to Crayn and Quinn 2002
'Epacriphyllum belongs to Ericaceae' according to Jordan and Hill 1995