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Showing Anisomeles antrorsa
Type: "Australia: Queensland. COOK DISTRICT: 13.7 km along New Pennefather River Road, N of Weipa, 11 July 1998, A.R. Bean 3601 (holo: BRI)."
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "From the Latin antrorsus, meaning 'forward pointing', and given in reference to the antrorsely directed hairs on the stems in the species."