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Showing Leucas martinicensis
Comment: Reference to basionym indirect, via Brown's citation of Phlomis martinicense (Jacq.) Sw. in synonymy of this name (ICN Art. 41.3 (Shenzhen Code, 2018)).
Comment: This combination is sometimes attributed to R.Brown, Prodr. 504 (1810), where Brown indicates that Phlomis martinicense (Jacq.) Sw. belongs in Leucas but does not definitely associate the genus and species names as required by ICN Art. 35.2 (Melbourne Code, 2012).
Text: "It was first collected in Australia in 1947, and is currently limited to an area west of Bundaberg in Queensland."
APC Dist.: Qld (naturalised)