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Showing Pultenaea indira subsp. pudoides
Type: [locality abbreviated to protect taxon] NE of Arthur River rownsite WA, 15.ix.2001, Obbens 26/01 (holo-, PERTH).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The subspecies epithet of P. indira subsp. pudoides refers to the hairy nature of the plant, which is like Indira Narayan's cat, Draupadi (Pud for short)."