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Showing Diocirea acutifolia
Type: 44.4 km N of Lake Cowan Causeway, Western Australia, 15.xi.1978, R.J. Chinnock 4403 (holotype: AD; isotypes: B, BRI, CANB, DNA, K, MEL, MO, NSW, P, PERTH, US).
Etymology: "Latin acutifolia, acute-leaved."
APC Dist.: WA
Type: "Holotype: Australia. Western Australia: 44.4 km N of Lake Cowan Causeway, 15 Nov 1978, R.J.Chinnock 4403 (AD barcode AD97901054; isotypes: B barcode B 10 0676066, BRI barcode BRI-AQ0905021, CANB barcode CANB 819926, DNA barcode D0281511, K barcode K000961612, MEL barcode MEL 2373179, MO barcode MO-3158997 [No. 31 58997], NSW barcode NSW930007, PERTH barcode PERTH 8180083, US barcode 01050361)."