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Accepted Name Source
Persoonia juniperina Labill.
According to:CHAH (2005), Australian Plant Census
Published in:Labillardiere, J.J.H. de (1805), Novae Hollandiae Plantarum Specimen 1(5-7)

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Synonym Source
Persoonia latiuscula Gand. heterotypic
Published in:Gandoger, M. (1919), Sertum Plantarum Novarum. Pars secunda. Bulletin de la Société Botanique de France 66

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Persoonia pubes Meisn. heterotypic
Published in:Meisner, C.D.F. in Candolle, A.L.P.P. de (ed.) (1856), Proteaceae. Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis 14(1)

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Persoonia surrecta Meisn. heterotypic
Published in:Meisner, C.D.F. in Candolle, A.L.P.P. de (ed.) (1856), Proteaceae. Prodromus Systematis Naturalis Regni Vegetabilis 14(1)

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Linkia juniperina (Labill.) Kuntze homotypic
Published in:Kuntze, C.E.O. (1891), Revisio Generum Plantarum 2

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Persoonia juniperina var. sericea Ewart & B.Rees heterotypic
Published in:Ewart, A.J. & Rees, B. (1913), Contributions to the Flora of Australia, No. 20. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 26(1)

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Persoonia porrigens Gand. heterotypic
Published in:Gandoger, M. (1919), Sertum Plantarum Novarum. Pars secunda. Bulletin de la Société Botanique de France 66

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Persoonia adjacens Gand. heterotypic
Published in:Gandoger, M. (1919), Sertum Plantarum Novarum. Pars secunda. Bulletin de la Société Botanique de France 66

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Common Name Source
Prickly Geebung Australia
Prickly Geebung (Nsw) Australia
Prickly Geebung (Vic.) Australia
Name Source
Persoonia juniperina Labill. accepted

Orchard (1983) recognised four varieties for P. juniperina in Tasmania but did not study mainland populations. Weston (1995) sunk these varieties back into a unitary P. juniperina because the revision was geographically incomplete, because the rank of variety was not congruent with that of subspecies recognised elsewhere in his treatment, and because intergradation between the varieties occurred in Tasmania. The Orchard varieties included the type of the species, and thus future consideration of infraspecific taxa on mainland Australia can proceed unhindered by Orchard's treatment. The ranks of variety and subspecies are both permitted under the ICBN, and the rank of variety is appropriate in this case in Tasmania, taking into account morphological variation and geographical distribution (Weston elsewhere documents intergradation between taxa recognised even at species level, describing it variously as hybridisation, clinal variation or intergradation). The varietal classification is found useful in Tasmania and used in recent surveys and publications. The mainland populations need revision. Hybridises occasionally with P. rigida in Victoria.

Identifier Source
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/name/apni/113215 Scientific Name current
http://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2918285 URI unknown
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/node/apni/2918285 Taxon current
https://id.biodiversity.org.au/instance/apni/599913 Taxon Concept current

Classification

kingdom
Plantae
phylum
Charophyta
class
Equisetopsida
subclass
Magnoliidae
superorder
Proteanae
order
Proteales
family
Proteaceae
genus
Persoonia
species
Persoonia juniperina
variety
Persoonia juniperina var. brevifolia Meisn. 
variety
Persoonia juniperina Labill. var. juniperina 
variety
Persoonia juniperina var. mollis Orchard 
variety
Persoonia juniperina var. ulicina Meisn. 

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