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Showing Brachyscome abercrombiensis
Type: "New South Wales. 6.5 km E of Reids Flat on road to Bigga, 34 09'S, 149 04'E, 11 Sept. 1994, D.J. Mallinson 355 (holotype: CBG 9408413; isotype: MEL 724555)."
APC Dist.: NSW
Etymology: "After Abercrombie Caves, the region from which it was first collected."