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Showing Brachyscome trisecta
Type: "New South Wales. Central Coast, Watagan State Forest, 33 02'44"S, 151 19'31"E, sheltered road verge in disturbed rainforest edge of eucalypt plantation, locally common, 21 Jan. 2001, W. Cherry 344 & R.L. Cherry (holotype: NSW 448939, NSW 455658, NSW 455659; ..."
APC Dist.: NSW
Etymology: "The epithet is in reference to the common number of primary divisions of a leaf, divisions which extend to or about the midrib. It is also appropriate as the terminal lobe is cut into three - although usually no more than to about two-thirds the breadth of the lobe - and in turn is often apically 3-toothed, i.e. there are 3 levels of subdivision."