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Showing Brachyscome dalbyensis
Type: "Queensland. Cypress Downs [N of Yuleba], in cleared and burnt brigalow country, grey clay with shallow melon holes, 9 Sept. 1961, R. Jones 120 (holotype: BRI; isotype: CANB 114744)."
APC Dist.: Qld, NSW
Etymology: "The name is from one of the localities for the species, the town of Dalby."