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Showing Eremophila setacea
Type: 70 km N of Carnarvon, Western Australia, 16.viii.1979, A.M. Ashby 2927 (holotype: AD; isotypes: B, L, P, PERTH, TI, UC).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Latin seracea, bristle-like; referring to the hairs on the sepals and pedicel, which are especially prominent at the bud stage."
Etymology: "setacea (bristle-like), refers to the long hairs on the sepals."