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|Flower of Blancoa canescens taken at Lesueur National Park, Western Australia|
|Collection data from Australasian Virtual Herbarium Blancoa canescens|
The sole species in the genus is Blancoa canescens, the winter bell. It has nodding red to pink flowers, clumping habit and grows to around 40 cm in height.
The genus is named after Francisco Manuel Blanco, a Spanish friar and botanist.
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