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Showing Brachyscome walshii
Type: "Victoria. Crosscut Saw between Mts Howitt and Speculation, at its junction with the Mt Thorn Range, 1.1 km north of Mt Howitt (37 09'58"S, 146 38'45"E), rosetted herb, locally common in Grevillea australis open heath with Aciphylla glacialis, Poa fawcettiae, Celmisia asteliifolia, 7 Jan. 1981, N.G.Walsh 2533 (holotype: MEL 220436)."
Etymology: "The specific epithet honours Neville Walsh (MEL) who can list, among his many valuable botanical accomplishments, the authorship and editing of many treatments of the Flora of Victoria."
APC Dist.: Vic