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Showing Anisomeles farinacea
Type: Australia: Western Australia. Flint Creek Gorge, 9 km NW of homestead, 28 June 1987, D.J. Edinger 496 (holo: BRI; iso: DNA, PERTH)."
APC Dist.: WA, NT
Etymology: "The epithet is from the Latin farina, meaning flour, given in reference to the very pale colour of the stems and lower leaf surfaces."