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Showing Anisomeles dallachyi
Type: "Queensland. [NORTH KENNEDY DISTRICT]: Rockingham Bay, 27 April 1866, J. Dallachy s.n. (holo: MEL 684769; iso: MEL 684766, MEL 684768, MEL 684770, MEL 684773, MEL 684774, MEL 684775, MEL 684776, MEL 684777, MEL 684778, MEL 684788)."
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "Named for John Dallachy (1808?-1871), collector of the type specimen. Dallachy was a very well-known botanical collector in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland. In the Latter state, most of his collections are from near Rockingham Bay (Cardwell), where he lived from 1864 until his death in 1871)."