2 Responses to Viola hederaceae

  1. Meg O'Reilly says:

    These photos are unlikely to be Viola hederaceae after revisions of the genus (Theile & Prober, 2003–2006). The photos are more likely to be Viola banksii.

    See also notes for Viola silicestris for further discussion.

    References:

      Harden G. J. (ed) (1990-93) Flora of New South Wales, Vols 1-4. New South Wales; University Press, Kensington.
      Theile, K., Prober, S. (2003) “New species and a new hybrid in the Viola hederacea species complex, with notes on Viola hederacea Labill”; Muelleria 18: 7–25
      Theile, K., Prober, S. (2006) “Viola silicestris, a new species in Viola section Erpetion from Australia”; Telopea 11(2) 99–104

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