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Showing Leucopogon subsejunctus
Type: south-west of Darkan, Western Australia [precise locality withheld for conservation reasons], 13 November 2009, M. Hislop 3962 (holo: PERTH 08260214; iso: CANB, MEL, NSW).
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "From the Latin sub (somewhat, not completely) and sejunctus (disunited, separated), a reference to the remarkable morphology of the mature fruit which is so deeply lobed that the individual locules are almost completely separated from each other."