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Showing Dracophyllum oceanicum
Type: New South Wales: South Coast: cliffs c. 300 m N of Point Perpendicular, Beecroft Peninsula, Jervis Bay, 35 05'32"S, 150 48'28"E, 50 m alt., E.A. Brown 97/80, N. Streiber & C.C. Simpson, 9 Sep 1997 (NSW 412483) Isotypes: BRI, CANB, CHR, NY.
Etymology: "from the Latin oceanicus, pertaining to the ocean or growing near the ocean, a reference to the habitat of this species."
APC Dist.: NSW