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Hysterobaeckea tuberculata (Trudgen) Rye
This  plant is found in North West South Australia in the Great Victoria Desert.  It has characteristic tuberculate leaves and was previously classifed as Baeckea tuberculata.
The article by Rye (2015), linked below, describes the new genus.


  Hysterobaeckea tuberculata Hysterobaeckea tuberculata
 
  Description:Flower Description:Plant on sand dune
  Location:45K West of Talleringa Well, Anne Beadell Highway, South Australia Location:45K West of Talleringa Well, Anne Beadell Highway, South Australia
  GPS coordinates:28˚54.885S,132˚50.835E GPS coordinates:28˚54.885S,132˚50.835E
  Date of photo:9 August 2012 Date of photo:9 August 2012
  Field No.:1168 Field No.:1168
     
  Hysterobaeckea tuberculata Hysterobaeckea tuberculata
 
  Description:Tuberculate leaves Description:Old flowers and the distinctive tubreculate leaves
  Location:45K West of Talleringa Well, Anne Beadell Highway, South Australia Location:45K West of Talleringa Well, Anne Beadell Highway, South Australia
  GPS coordinates:28˚54.885S,132˚50.835E GPS coordinates:28˚54.885S,132˚50.835E
  Date of photo:9 August 2012 Date of photo:9 August 2012
  Field No.:1168 Field No.:1168


References (accessed 12 August 2017):

http://www.flora.sa.gov.au/cgi-bin/speciesfacts_display.cgi?genus=Baeckea&species=tuberculata

Trudgen, M.E., (1986) Baeckea tuberculata Trudgen, a new species of Myrtaceae (Leptosapermeae, Baeckeinae) from South Australia. Nuytsia 5(3): 441

Rye, B.L. (2015), Recognition of Hysterobaeckea as a genus of Myrtaceae tribe Chamelaucieae. Nuytsia 25: 216-217

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Hysterobaeckea tuberculata