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Showing Eremophila appressa
Type: Manganese hill south of Well 37, ca 45 km N of Kumarina, Western Australia, x.1991, H.N. Foote 80 (holotype: AD; isotypes: CANB, K, MEL, MO, PERTH, US, Z).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Latin appressa, lying flat against an organ; referring to the leaves."
Etymology: "appressa (pressed towards), refers to the leaves which are pressed against the plant stem."