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Showing Dryandra catoglypta
Type: N of Badgingarra, Western Australia, 22 July 1993, M.Pieroni 93/7 (holo: PERTH 04083792; iso: AD, BRI, CANB, K, MEL, NSW, PERTH).
Etymology: "Named from the Greek glyptos (carved) with the prefix cato (downwards) in reference to the bracts on the stem which appear as though cut back and curled downwards."