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Showing Eucalyptus viminalis subsp. hentyensis
Type: "Tasmania: S of Henty River, Between Zeehan and Strahan, 42 2'16"S, 145 16'13"W, 19 Jan. 1996, M.I.H.Brooker 12467 & A.V.Slee; holo: CANB; iso: HO, MEL, NSW."
Etymology: "from the Henty River, western Tasmania."
Text: "The following subspecies of Eucalyptus viminalis was described in the CD interactive key EUCLID (Brooker et al., 2002). This publication, being electronic, was ineffective under the ICBN, and the formal publication is effected here."
APC Dist.: Tas