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Showing Trachymene stricta
Type: "In arenosis prope urbiculam Perth, 15. April 1839. Herb. Preiss. No. 2059. Huc sine dubio etiam specimen incompletum nondum florens lectum: in limoso-calculosis jugi montium Darling's range, Perth, 16. Jan. 1840. Herb. Preiss. No. 2060."
APC Comment: A name of uncertain application, not referable to Trachymene (J.M.Hart & M.J.Henwood, Austral. Syst. Bot. 19(1): 53 (2006)).