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Showing Eremophila enata
Type: 35.5 km N of Wiluna, Western Australia, 18.ix.1979, R.J. Chinnock 4726 (holotype AD; isotypes: CANB, K, PERTH).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Latin enata, arising from; alluding to this species' close relationship with E. gilesii and their obvious common origin."
Etymology: "enata (arising from), refers to the close relationship with Eremophila gilesii."