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Showing Eremophila fallax
Type: 43.1 km W of Neale Junction, Western Australia, 7.ix.1979, R.J. Chinnock 4526 (holotype: AD; isotypes: BRI, CANB, K, NSW, PERTH).
Etymology: "Latin fallax, 'deceptive'; alluding to this species being easily mistake for Eremophila deserti in the vegetative state."
Etymology: "fallax (deceptive), refers to the species' superficial similarity to Eremophila deserti with which it is easily mistaken when vegetative."
APC Dist.: WA, SA