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Showing Eremophila physocalyx
Type: Butchers track E of Meadow Station, Western Australia, 13.x.1973, J.S. Beard 6831 (holotype: PERTH; isotypes: NSW, PERTH).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Greek physocalyx, bladdery calyx."
Etymology: "physocalyx (bladdery calyx), refers to the unusually large, inflated sepals."