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Orchidaceae Juss.
Diuris brockmanii D.L.Jones & C.J.French , legitimate scientific apni APC Jones, D.L. & French, C.J. (2019), Diuris brockmanii, a new species in the Diuris corymbosa complex (Orchidaceae: Diurideae) from Western Australia with affinities to Diuris brumalis. Australian Orchid Review 84(2): 32-34 [tax. nov.]
  • Type: "Western Australia. Eyre District: South Coastal Highway, 4.5 km E of the West River Bridge, 28 km W of Ravensthorpe, G.Brockman (GBB 3041), 8 July 2013, (holo PERTH 0870892)."
  • Etymology: "Named after Garry Brockman (1954-), recently retired career physiotherapist with a fascination for nature and botany with particular interest in Western Australia's native orchids. Garry is a Research Associate at the Western Australian Herbarium, has made extensive plant collections (including several type specimens) which are lodged with the herbarium and has collaborated with other taxonomists to name several new orchid species."

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