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Showing Hydrocotyle rivularis
Type: "New South Wales: Southern Tablelands: Gudgenby Nature Reserve, Grassy Creek crossing, H. Eichler 22881, 21 Dec 1981 (holo CANB452632.1; iso: CHR, CONC, L, LAE, MEL713559A, MO, NSW277956)."
APC Dist.: NSW, ACT, Vic
Etymology: "The specific epithet refers to its preference for growing in (relatively high altitude) streams."
Comment: "The name was used by the late Hansjörg Eichler on a number of specimens circulated to Australian herbaria."