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Showing Centrolepis pilosa
Type: "Habitat in Nova Hollandia inter occasum solis et meridiem spectante (sec. Drummond No. 931. specimina adsunt in herbario musei Palat. Vindob.)."
Type: Western Australia, J.Drummond 931 (Holo.: B, n.v. iso.: MEL 57717!, MEL 577261!). The holotype was cited by Hieronymus as located at the Vienna Herbarium (W), but was later removed to Berlin-Dahlem; the sheet is annotated "Hb Hieronymus".
APC Dist.: WA