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Showing Drummondita borealis
Type: "Northern Territory. Darwin and Gulf: Near Dinner Creek, Kakadu Stage 3, 21 Apri1 1995, G. Leach 4571 & L. Greschke (holo: DNA 12551; iso: BRI [AQ531897], CANB [n.v.], PERTH [n.v.])."
APC Dist.: NT
Etymology: "The specific epithet is derived from the Latin, borealis (north or northern), and refers to this species being the most northerly species in Drummondita."