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Showing Anisomeles viscidula
Type: "Australia: Western Australia. Cave Spring Gap on Kununurra to Legune road, 26 April 1977, H. Eichler 22501 (holo: DNA; iso: CANB, L, MEL, MO, PERTH)."
APC Dist.: WA, NT
Etymology: "From the diminutive form of the Latin word viscidus meaning sticky or clammy. This is in reference to the densely glandular leaves and stems of this species."