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Showing Boronia purdieana subsp. calcicola
Type: "Between Pot Alley and Bluff Point, near Kalbarri, Western Australia, 1 August 1972, C.Cockman (holo: PERTH 009785752; iso: K)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The subspecific epithet is derived from the Latin words calx, lime, and -cola, -inhabitant."