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Showing Marsilea cryptocarpa
Type: WNW of Claypan Bore, Neutral Junction Station, N.T., 20 Oct. 2006, D.E.Albrecht 12094 & P.K.Latz; holo: DNA A112376; iso: NT, AD, BRI.
APC Dist.: NT, SA
Type: "NT: 7 km west-north-west of Claypan Bore; Neutral Junction Station, 42 km north of Barrow Creek, 20 Oct. 2006, D.E.Albrecht & P.Latz 12094 (holo: DNA 0112376*; iso: BRI AQ0727206!, NT 0112376*)."