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Showing Boronia interrex
Type: "Prince Regent Nature Reserve [National Park] [precise locality withheld for conservation reasons], Western Australia, 16 January 2010, R.L. Barrett, M.D. Barrett & M. Maier RLB 6110 (holo: PERTH 08614679; iso: BM, BRI, CANB, CNS, DNA, K, MEL, NSW, PERTH 08642745)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The epithet is from the Latin interrex (a regent, temporary king), in reference to the location of this species in Prince Regent National Park."