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Showing Eremophila anomala
Type: 13.9 km NE of Paroo homestead, Western Australia, 16.ix.1986, R.J. Chinnock 7198 (holotype: AD; isotypes: BRI, CANB, K, MEL, MO, NSW, PERTH, TEX).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Latin anomala. diverging from the usual; referring to the fact that this species lacks the white tomentum on vegetative parts characteristic of section Eriocalyx."
Etymology: "anomala (diverging from the usual), refers to the species lacking the white hairs that are characteristic of related species."