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Helmholtzia

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Helmholtzia is a small genus of flowering plants described in 1866.[4][2] It includes species native to Australia (New South Wales and Queensland), Indonesia (Maluku Province), and New Guinea.[1][5]

The genus was named for Hermann von Helmholtz, a German physician and physicist, by botanist Ferdinand von Mueller.[6] [7]

Species[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c "World Checklist of Selected Plant Families: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew".
  2. ^ a b Tropicos, Helmholtzia F. Muell.
  3. ^ Tropicos, Orthothylax (Hook. f.) Skottsb.
  4. ^ Mueller, Ferdinand Jacob Heinrich von. 1866. Fragmenta Phytographiæ Australiæ 5: 202-203 in Latin
  5. ^ PlantNET: New South Wales Flora online: Helmholtzia
  6. ^ Friends of the Australian National Botanic Gardens: Newsletter November 2003 Archived 2006-09-02 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^ Burkhardt L. 2016: Verzeichnis eponymischer Pflanzennamen. Index of Eponymic Plant Names. Index de Noms Eponymes des Genres Botaniques. Eine botanische • historische • biographische Recherche zu Widmungen in den Pflanzengattungen. – Berlin: Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin. ISBN 978-3-946292-10-4
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Helmholtzia: Brief Summary

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Helmholtzia is a small genus of flowering plants described in 1866. It includes species native to Australia (New South Wales and Queensland), Indonesia (Maluku Province), and New Guinea.

The genus was named for Hermann von Helmholtz, a German physician and physicist, by botanist Ferdinand von Mueller.

Species Helmholtzia acorifolia F.Muell. - NE Queensland Helmholtzia glaberrima (Hook.f.) Caruel - Mount Warning region in SE Queensland + NE New South Wales Helmholtzia novoguineensis (K.Krause) Skottsb. - New Guinea, Maluku
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