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Showing Euphrasia lasianthera
Type: "W.R. Barker 1498, 25.xii.1971. Victoria, Eastern Highlands. C. 2½ km NW of Howitt Hut on the road to Macalister River headwaters, c. 1 km SE of turnoff to Macalister Springs. ... Altitude ca. 5000 feet (1520 m). AD 97218059. Isotypi: B, BM, BRI, CANB, CGE, E, GH, HO, K, L, NY, W."
APC Comment: Hybrids between Euphrasia lasianthera and Euphrasia collina subsp. paludosa are recorded by W.R.Barker, J. Adelaide Bot. Gard. 5: 288 (1982).
APC Dist.: Vic