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Showing Eucalyptus armillata
Type: "approach to Kalguddering Rock from west [south of Wongan Hills], Western Australia, 2 January 1980, M.I.H. Brooker 6759 (holo: PERTH 01350846; iso: CANB, DNA n.v.)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "From the Latin armillatus (ornamented with a bracelet), referring to the conspicuous flare at the top of the flower bud hypanthia and at the rim of the fruits. We are unable to maintain the varietal epithet of E. erythronema var. marginata at specific status, as the name is preoccupied by the Western Australian forest-tree species E. marginata D.Don ex Sm. (jarrah)."