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Showing Pultenaea tarik
Type: "New South Wales, Gibraltar Range National Park, c. 50 m W of Dandahra Falls, 19 Oct. 1993, Coveny 16682 (holo-, NSW; iso-, BRI, CANB)."
Etymology: "The species is named after the Gibraltar Range where it is endemic."
APC Dist.: NSW