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Showing Hydrocotyle phoenix
Type: "Six kilometres north of Windy Harbour, D’Entrecasteaux National Park, Western Australia [precise locality withheld for conservation reasons], 20 November 2015, R. Davis 12589 & A.J. Perkins (holotype: PERTH 08703019; iso: CANB, MEL, NSW)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "The epithet phoenix is used as a noun in apposition. It refers to the serendipitous discovery of this new species within regenerating (post-wildfire) Karri forest (Fig. 1A), near Windy Harbour."