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Showing Eremophila simulans subsp. megacalyx
Type: Nicholson Ragne N of Murgoo, Western Australia, 19.vii.1970, A.M.Ashby 3307 (holotype: AD; isotypes: BRI, C, CANB, DNA, F, G, K, MEL, MO, PERTH, US, W, Z).
Etymology: "Latin mega-, big, large; calyx, calyx; referring to the large calyx of this subspecies."
Etymology: "megacalyx (big calyx), refers to the large sepals."
APC Dist.: WA