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Showing Eremophila recurva
Type: 2.7 km W of Congo Creek, Gascoyne Junction - Dairy Creek road, Western Australia, 20.viii.1986, R.J. Chinnock 6832 (holotype: AD; isotypes: CANB, PERTH).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Latin recurva, to turn backwards; referring to the sepal margins."
Etymology: "recurva (to turn backwards), refers to the recurved sepal margins."