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Terms: Genus: aenictophyton

Fabaceae Lindl.
Intr.Nat.Syst.Bot. Ed.2:148 (1836)
Aenictophyton A.T.Lee
Contr.New South Wales Natl.Herb. 4:422 (1973)
Aenictophyton anomalum (F.Muell.) I.Thomps.
Muelleria 29:185 (2011)
Aenictophyton reconditum A.T.Lee
Contr.New South Wales Natl.Herb. 4:423 (1973)
Aenictophyton reconditum subsp. macrophyllum I.Thomps.
Muelleria 29:187-189, Fig.8g (2011)
Aenictophyton reconditum A.T.Lee subsp. reconditum

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