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Showing Austrostipa bronweniae
Type: Western Australia, Harvey, [precise locality witheld for conservation purposes], 8 Dec 2008, B.J. Keighery 2905 (holo: PERTH; iso: NSW, MEL, CANB).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "...named after Bronwen Keighery who found both new species in all three locations, assisted with habitat information from her long experience and in-depth studies of the Swan Coastal Plain, and collected fruiting material and type specimens."