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Showing Marsilea latzii
Type: "9 km E of Rabbit Flat, N.T., 7 July 1980, P.K.Latz 8466; holo: DNA; iso: AD, CANB, MEL, SP."
Etymology: "Named after Peter K. Latz, botanist at the Arid Zone Research Institute, Alice Springs, who discovered the species and recognised its distinctiveness."
APC Dist.: NT
Type: "9 km east of Rabbit Flat, Northern Territory, 7 July 1980, P.K.Latz 8466 (holo: DNA n.v.; iso: CANB 512927, MEL 548737)."