Thomasia gardneri Paust, 1974:353
Mt Holland thomasia
Taxonomy & Nomenclature
Extinct (Humphreys et al., 2019)
Last record: 1929
near Mt. Holland, Western Australia, Australia
Biology & Ecology
Original scientific description:
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