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Showing Pultenaea wudjariensis
Type: Western Australia - [locality abbreviated to protect taxon] E of Ravensthorpe, 2.x.1985, Woolcock W2250 (holo-, MEL: iso-, CANB).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The species epithet wudjariensis honours the traditional owners and caretakers of the type locality, a people who are part of the Wudjari language group. Wudjari language group land extends from north-east of Jerramungup to south-east of Lake Grace, and all the way east past Eperance to Cape Paisley (AIATSIS 1999)."