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Chamelaucium….Derivation uncertain; possibly from Greek, chamai, dwarf and leucos, white it has also been suggested that the name derives from the Latin term applied to the headgear of medieval Popes. floriferum…. From Latin flos, a flower and the suffix – ferum, bearing, referring to the massed floral display
A widespread species, usually in woodland or open forest, from south-east Queensland to the central west of New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory