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Showing Eremophila hughesii subsp. sanguinensis
Type: Western Blood's Range, ca 18 km N of Docker River, Northern Territory, 26.viii.1973, N.N. Donner 4456 (holotype: AD; isotype: NT).
Etymology: "Latin sanguinensis, blood-red; pertaining to the Bloods Range."
APC Dist.: NT