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Showing Anisomeles eriodes
Type: "Australia: Queensland. COOK DISTRICT: Olive River Environmental Reserve, 0.5 km W by road of Bromley Homestead, 14 June 2007, P.I.Forster PIF32572 & K.R. McDonald (holo: BRI; iso: MEL, NSW)."
APC Dist.: Qld
Etymology: "The epithet is from the Greek word eriodes, meaning 'like wool, woolly' (Brown 1956 [i.e. R.W.Brown Composition of Scientific Words Revised ed. (1956)]). It refers to the woolly tomentum of the leaves and stems in this species."