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Showing Pultenaea indira subsp. monstrosita
Type: "[locality abbreviated to protect taxon] W of Lake King on hwy, measured from turnoff to Ravensthorpe, 2.xi.2002, Orthia 78 (holo-, PERTH!; iso-, CANB!, MEL!, K!)."
Etymology: "The name of this subspecies refers to its monstrous appearance: it is covered in grey hairs, appearing as fuzz. In Latin, the word monstrosus means strange or wonderful."
APC Dist.: WA