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Showing Brachyscome billabongensis
Type: "Western Australia. c. 100 km N of Murchison River Bridge, (c. 30 km S of Billabong Roadhouse), 27 S, 114 38'E, Acacia, mallee Eucalyptus scrub, 17 Oct. 1983, P.S. Short 2116 (holotype: MEL 1523454" isotype: PERTH 393312)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The name reflects the fact that I first became aware of this species after collecting it in the vicinity of the Billabong Roadhouse along the North West Coastal Highway."