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Showing Boronia splendida
Type: "Queensland, Moreton District: Falls Ck, 4 km NW of Haldon, Helidon, 9342-084285, 27°45'S, 152°04'E, 2 October 1988, P.I.Forster 4762 & L.H.Bird (holo: MEL [MEL 1575271]; iso: AD [AD 99120272], BISH (n.v.), BRI [AQ429500], CANB [CBG 8908090], K (n.v.), MO (n.v.)."
Etymology: "The specific epithet is derived from Latin, splendidus (splendid, showy, striking), and refers to the spectacular display of comparatively large flowers by this species."
APC Dist.: Qld