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Showing Boronia ternata var. promiscua
Type: "13.8 km N from Hyden turnoff along Hatters Hill-Southern Cross Rd, 32°18'S, 119°45'E, M.F.Duretto and M.Bayly, 22.viii.1992 (holotype MEL 2029643; isotypes CANB, K, MEL 2038869, NSW, PERTH)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The epithet is derived from the Latin, promiscuus (mixed), and alludes to the mixture of character states found in this taxon that are typical for other varieties..."