|Distribution||Australia (Lake Torrens basin; NE New South Wales, SE Northern Territory, SW Queensland, NE South Australia, NW Victoria)|
Type locality: Andamooka Ranges, immediately W of Lake Torrens, S. A.
aranda: Simpson desert south to Lake Eyre basin. Type locality: Ringwood, in 24° 21’ S, 135° 05’ E, N. T.
iridis: W Victoria and adjacent parts of South Australia. Type locality: from 6.6 km ENE of Chinaman Well, Vic.
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