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Showing Euphrasia gibbsiae
Type: "[Comber] 1,835... Common in a great variety of situations above 3,000 ft."
Comment: Description very brief. Also published, with a fuller description and with the type citation "Tasmania, Mount Field East, Lake Fenton ... 3500 feet, Nov. 1914, L.S.GIBBS. British Museum. Syntypus in the Kew Herbarium." by Du Rietz in Svensk Bot. Tidskr. 42 (28 Jun. 1948) 104.
APC Dist.: Vic, Tas