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Showing Boronia odorata
Type: "Queensland: Leichhardt District: Bull Creek Gorge, 15 km W of 'Castlevale', 24°30'S, 146°52'E, 3 September 1990, A.R.Bean 2194 (holo: BRI [AQ474979]; iso: NSW).".
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "The specific epithet is derived from Latin, odoratus (smelling), and refers to the unpleasant (to some) tar/coffee odour of the leaves when crushed."
Type: "(holotype BRi AQ474979; isotype NSW)."