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Showing Boronia tolerans
Type: "On track to and near Biddlecombe Cascades, Nitmiluk National Park, Northern Territory, 14°15'S, 132°26'E, 28 June 1993, M.F.Duretto 516, J.Chappill & G.Howell (holo: MEL; iso: DNA)."
APC Dist.: NT
Etymology: "The name is derived from the Latin, tolerans - tolerant, and is named in recognition of the great mental hardship suffered by Dr Greg Howell on the day this species was collected in the field."
Type: "(holotype MEL 2040275; isotypes DNA, MEL 2040276)."