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Showing Tricoryne soullierae
Type: "Western Australia, Yandanooka area, precise location withheld for conservation reasons, 17 Oct. 2011, T.D. Macfarlane & C.J. French TDM 5514 (holo: PERTH)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The species is named after Robyn Soullier, the discoverer of this species. We acknowledge her valuable contribution of plant specimens to the Western Australian Herbarium through her enthusiastic membership of the Mingenew Regional Herbarium group, and also the preservation of a large remnant of bushland by her and her family on their Yandanooka farm."