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Showing Calyptochloa cylindrosperma
Type: "Queensland, North Kennedy District: 16 km SW of Charters Towers on edge of road, 7.5 km W of Black Jack, 30 March 2011, E.J.Thompson CHA769, B.K.Simon & M.Edginton (holo: BRI; iso: CANB, K, L, MO, NSW, SI, US)."
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "The specific epithet is from the Greek cylindro- (cylindrical) and -sperma (seed) in reference to the shape of the cleistogamous caryopses."