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Showing Eremophila biserrata
Type: "on track 4km N of the Hyden – Lake Cronin road, 5.5km W of Lake Cronin crossroads, Western Australia. 32°23′S, 119°41′E, R.J.Chinnock 3250, 6.x.1976, fl. (holotype: AD 97704248; isotypes: AD, CANB, K, NY, PERTH)."
APC Dist.: WA
Etymology: "Latin biserrata, doubly serrate; referring to the leaf margins."
Etymology: "biserrata (doubly serrate), refers to the prominently serrate-margined leaves."