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Showing Boronia anomala
Type: "10 km ENE Kalumburu, Kimberley, Western Austraia, 14° 14'S, 126°44'E, R.K.Harwood 169 & J.Russell-Smith, 20.vi.1997 (holotype MEL 2044558 (transparency DNA); isotype DNA 132848 (2 sheets), (transparencies MEL 204459, MEL 2044560."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The specific epithet is derived form Latin anomalus (diverging from the usual, abnormal). The name refers to the unusual combination of characters found in this species, and that it is atypical of Boronias in the Kimberley Region in not having sepals that are much smaller than the petals."