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Showing Centrolepis milleri
Type: "AUSTRALIA. Western Australia, Mt Benia Reserve, 30°13’19.2” S, 115°16’29” E, 12 October 2010, M.D. Barrett & B.P. Miller MDB 3186 (holotype: PERTH 0000 0000, isotypes: CANB, MEL, K)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The species epithet honours Dr. Benjamin P. Miller of the Botanic Gardens and Parks Authority, who discovered C. milleri during seed bank audits and brought it to our attention. Dr. Miller has worked for many years on the Eneabba Sandplain, studying plant community and population ecology, including post-fire recruitment studies, during which C. milleri plants were first discovered in 2003."