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Dracophyllum epacridaceae in the chatham and subantarctic islands of new zealand



Dracophyllum epacridaceae in the chatham and subantarctic islands of new zealand



New Zealand Journal of Botany 25(1): 107-114



Populations of Dracophyllum on the Chatham and Campbell islands were sampled and scored for leaf characters and the number of flowers in the racemes. It was concluded that the entities known as D. scoparium Hook. f. (Campbell Island) and D. paludosum Cockayne (Chatham Island) are conspecific, the former name having priority. On Campbell Island, D. scoparium hybridises with D. longifolium var. cockayneanum (Du Rietz) Oliver, which also grows on the Auckland Islands, whereas on Chatham Island it hybridises with the endemic D. arboreum Cockayne. Holocene dispersal of D. scoparium to Campbell Island is suggested, as it is unlikely to have survived the last glaciation there.

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DOI: 10.1080/0028825X.1987.10409960


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