Hebe paludosa (Scrophulariaceae) - a new combination for an endemic wetland Hebe from Westland, South Island, New Zealand. N.Z. (1998)
Type of ContentJournal Article
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury. School of Forestry.
A new combination, Hebe paludosa, is made for plants first described as Veronica salicifolia var . paludosa and later treated as Hebe salicifolia var . paludosa. H. paludosa is typically a plant o f lowland mesotrophic wetlands and is most abundant in south Westland around and immediately north o f the glaciers district . H. paludosa is readily distinguished from H. salicifolia through its cytology , distinctive diffusely branching habit, brittl e branchlets, yellow-green faintly glaucous-tinge d leaves, conspicuous decurved and twisted acumen, flowers which have a longer corolla tube, acute corolla lobes which usually project forward, and preference for mesotrophic wetland habitats.
CitationNorton, D.A. and de Lange, P.J. (1998) Hebe paludosa (Scrophulariaceae) - a new combination for an endemic wetland Hebe from Westland, South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Botany, 36, pp. 531-538.
This citation is automatically generated and may be unreliable. Use as a guide only.
KeywordsScrophulariaceae; Hebe; Hebe paludosa; Veronica salicifolia var. paludosa; Hebe salicifolia var. paludosa; new combination; Westland; New Zealand flora
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Norton, D.A.; de Lange, P.J. (University of Canterbury. School of Forestry., 2003)A new species, Coprosma fowerakeri, is described from alpine habitats of the South Island, New Zealand. Previously included within C. pseudocuneata, it is distinguished by its low spreading habit; stout, recurved lateral ...
Senecio pokohinuensis (Asteraceae), a new combination for an endemic species of Mokohinau Islands, Hauraki Gulf (Tikapa Moana o Hauraki), northern Te Ika a Maui / North Island, Aotearoa / New Zealand de Lange PJ; Pelser P; Liew C-S; Marshall AJ (2022)Previous research has demonstrated that Senecio repangae subsp. repangae and subsp. pokohinuensis have independent evolutionary origins. Here, we therefore elevate subsp. pokohinuensis to species rank: Senecio ...
Norton, D. A. (University of Canterbury. Botany, 1983)The main aims of this study were to assess the potential of three indigenous New Zealand tree species, Libocedrus bidwillii, Nothofagus menziesii and N.solandri, for dendroclimatological analysis, to develop tree-ring ...