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Showing Boronia quadrilata
Type: "NT, Upper Magela Ck, 12°458 S, 133°088 E, K. Brennan 1567, 10.x.1991 (holo: DNA [DNA60356!]; iso: CANB!, MEL!, PERTH!"
Etymology: "Specific epithet derived from the Latin, quadri (four) and latus (side), alluding to the distinctly quadrangular stems."
Type: "(holotype DNA 60356 (photographs BRI, HO, MEL 2041201, NSW); isotypes CANB, MEL 242492, PERTH)."
APC Dist.: NT