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Showing Boronia duiganiae
Type: "Queensland: Leichhardt District: Consuelo, 16 miles SW of Rolleston Township, 1 September 1961, Lazarides & Storey [sic; Story] 116 (holo: CANB [CANB 112028]; iso: AD [AD 96244143], BRI [AQ 121206], MEL [MEL 250602], NSW [NSW 238032])."
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "The species is named in honour of Dr Suzanne L. Duigan (1924-1993) in recognition for her long and distinguished career at the School of Botany, the University of Melbourne."
Type: "(holotype CANB 112028; isotypes AD 96244143, BRI AQ121206, MEL 250602, NSW 238032)."