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Showing Chamaecrista moorei
Type: "5 km SW of Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community, W.A., 17˚01'S, 122˚38'E, Mar. 1986, J.B.Martin JBM058; holo: PERTH; iso: BRI, CANB."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Named in honour of Mr C.W.E. ('Ted') Moore, well known for his ecological studies of the vegetation of inland N.S.W., now, in his 'retirement', an honorary assistant at CANB."