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Hakea poses a taxonomic challenge

 26 August 2019

Ever wondered how species names are determined and why two different species are given similar scientific names, and where do those names come from? A recent article by Kevin Thiele provides a glimpse and describes the current conundrum around Grevillea and Hakea. It is well worth a look!

https://atlasoflife.org.au/news-events/2019/8/26/hakea-poses-a-taxonomic-challenge?fbclid=IwAR3InaSxlSACk_Huvu--4Y4HOy8pXIc2MgkEQHnpr8h4gIDSc04U8HUjaaQ

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