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Showing Boronia forsteri
Type: "Queensland. Leichhardt District: 7 km past Glenhaughton Homestead on Mapala Rd, SF 46, 25°21'S 149°19'E, 10 September 1992, P.I.Forster 11235 & P.R.Sharpe (holo: MEL [MEL 2049140]; iso: BRI [AQ561403], NSW)."
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "This species is named in honour of Paul Forster (BRI) whose prolific and untiring work, including collection of an impressive number of specimens for world-wide herbaria (often from remote and poorly collected areas), has increased out knowledge f the flora of Queensland and adjacent tropical areas considerably."
Type: "(holotype MEL; isotypes BRI AQ561403, CANB, NSW)."