Muelleria 39

Muelleria - Vol. 39 (2020-2021)

Where papers in Muelleria are published online prior to the publication of the printed volume, the publication date appears on the first page of the paper.

Contributed papers

Acacia ureniae (Fabaceae: Caesalpinioideae), a new, rare wattle from eastern Victoria

          Walsh, N.

          pp. 3–7

A new fern record for Victoria, Hymenophyllum marginatum (Hymenophyllaceae)

          Ohlsen, D.J., Perrie, L.R., May, E.L. & Bayly, M.J.

          pp. 9–13

Afrohybanthus bennettiae (Violaceae) a new combination for a rare violet from the Kimberley region

          Messina, A.

          p. 15

Pteris epaleata, a new fern species from Australia and New Zealand segregated from P. comans (Pteridaceae)

          Ohlsen, D.J., Brownsey, P.J., Shepherd, L.D., Perrie, L.R., May, E.L., Chen, C-W. & Bayly, M.J.

          p. 17–26

Comparative floral traits in Corunastylis (Diurideae; Orchidaceae) with novel applications: do some species bleed or blink?

          Ren, Z-X., Grimm, W., Towle, B., Qiao, Q. & Bernhardt, P.

          p. 27–38

The flora of James Cook’s ‘Botany Isle’ (Îlot Améré) and the neighbouring islets of Kié and Nouaré (New Caledonia): revisited and re-evaluated after nearly 250 years

          Gâteblé, G., Lannuzel, G., Liede-Schumann, S. & Meve, U.

          p. 39–57

Amanita hiltonii (Amanitaceae), a common but frequently misidentified mushroom in southwestern Australia, and reconsideration of A. albifimbriata and A. brunneibulbosa

          Davison, E.M. & Giustiniano, D.

          p. 59–73

Comparison of modern classifications for filmy ferns (Hymenophyllaceae) and a new combination in Trichomanes L. for the filmy fern Macroglena brassii Croxall, from Queensland, Australia

          Ohlsen, D.J.

          p. 75–78

Studies in Podolepis and some related genera (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae)

          Jeanes, J.A.

          p. 79–112

A phenetic analysis of morphological variation in Acacia genistifolia (Fabaceae subf. Mimosoideae), with recognition of three subspecies

Webb, Ohlsen & Walsh

pp. 113–126

Two new endemic species of Craspedia (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) from Victoria


pp. 127–134

Corrections to ‘Agrostis semibarbata: an old name for Lachnagrostis punicea (Poaceae)’ (Brown 2019) Muelleria 38, pp. 17–25


pp. 135