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Boronia elisabethiae Duretto, legitimate, scientific tax. nov. apni
Duretto, M.F. (28 April 2003), Notes on Boronia (Rutaceae) in eastern and northern Australia. Muelleria 17: 88-89, Figs 10, 11 (map) [tax. nov.] BHL
  • Type: Tasmania: South West: c. 1 km along vehicle track to the expanded Lake Pedder; track leaving Scotty Rd just N of Condominium Ck, 42 57'S 146 21'E, M.F.Duretto 834 and P.G.Niesh, 9.1.1996 (holotype MEL 2046925; isotypes CANB, HO). Figs 10 G-I).
  • Etymology: "The species is named for Dame Elisabeth Murdoch, patron of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, for her generosity and support of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne."

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