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Showing Boronia palasepala
Type: "Queensland, Burnett District, Coominglah State Forest 28, c. 24°51'30"S 150°56'E, Grid Ref. 9048-916493, 6 September 1992, M.F. Duretto 277, M.Bayly & N.Marsh (holo: MEL [MEL 2036610]; iso: AD, BRi, CANB, HO, K, MEL [MEL 2036611, MEL 2036612], NSW, PERTH."
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "the specific epithet is derived from Latin pala (spade) and sepala (sepal), and alludes to the spade shaped (as of playing cards) sepals."
Type: "(holotype MEL 2036610; isotypes AD, BRI, CANB, HO, K, MEL 2036611, MEL 2036612, NSW, PERTH)."