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Showing Eremophila revoluta
Type: 142 km SW of Warburton, Western Australia, 31.iii.1975, A.S. George 12948 (holotype: PERTH; isotype: AD).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Latin revoluta, rolled backward; referring to the leaf margins."
Etymology: "revoluta (rolled back), refers to the leaves which have rolled margins."