Fabaceae, peas, biodiversity, new species, taxonomy, systematics, rare species, conservation
Pultenaea williamsii I.Telford, Clugston & R.L.Barrett (Fabaceae, Faboideae, Mirbelieae), endemic to the New England Bioregion, New South Wales, Australia, is described as new, segregated from the P. flexilis–P. juniperina–P. blakelyi species assemblage. Its distribution is mapped, and habitat and conservation status discussed.
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