Revision of the Genus Pandanus Stickman, Part 33 Further Accounts of Australian Species, and a Key to the Section Microstigma

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1969-01
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St. John, Harold
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University of Hawai'i Press
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Species of Pandanus were discovered in eastern and northern Australia at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Subsequent collections have revealed that the genus extends from the northern part of Western Australia, across the Northern Territory, over much of Queensland, and along the east coast down into New South Wales. Including the ones here described, there are 65 known species of Pandanus in Australia
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John H. 1969. Revision of the genus Pandanus Stickman, part 33 further accounts of Australian species, and a key to the section Microstigma. Pac Sci 23(1): 89-114.
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