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Terms: Genus: corynotheca

Hemerocallidaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 295 (1810)
Corynotheca Benth.
Fl.Austral. 7:49 (1878)
Corynotheca acanthoclada (F.Muell.) Benth.
Spiny Zigzag Lily; Fl.Austral. 7:50 (1878)
Corynotheca asperata R.J.F.Hend.
Rough Zigzag Lily; Fl.Australia 45:304, Fig. 96J (1987)
Corynotheca borealis R.L.Barrett, Keighery & T.Macfarlane
Northern Zigzag Lily; Telopea 24:24-26, Fig. 10 (2021)
Corynotheca dichotoma (F.Muell.) Benth.
Intricate Zigzag Lily; Fl.Austral. 7:50 (1878)
Corynotheca divaricata (R.J.F.Hend.) R.L.Barrett & T.Macfarlane
Desert Zigzag Lily; Telopea 24:28 (2021)
Corynotheca elongata (R.J.F.Hend.) R.L.Barrett & T.Macfarlane
Spreading Sand Lily; Telopea 24:31 (2021)
Corynotheca flexuosissima R.J.F.Hend.
Compact Zigzag Lily; Fl.Australia 45:474, Figs 70j, 96f-g (1987)
Corynotheca gracilis (R.J.F.Hend.) R.L.Barrett & T.Macfarlane
Slender Zigzag Lily; Telopea 24:35 (2021)
Corynotheca lateriflora (R.Br.) Benth.
Club-fruit Lily; Fl.Austral. 7:49 (1878)
Corynotheca licrota R.J.F.Hend.
Antler Zigzag Lily; Fl.Australia 45:474, Figs 70E, 96B (1987)
Corynotheca micrantha (Lindl.) Druce
Hexagon Zigzag Lily; Rep.Bot.Exch.Club Brit.Isles 1916, Suppl. 2:616 (1917)
Corynotheca micrantha var. acanthoclada (F.Muell.) R.J.F.Hend.
Fl.Australia 45:474 (1987)
Corynotheca micrantha var. divaricata R.J.F.Hend.
Fl.Australia 45:474, Fig. 70I (1987)
Corynotheca micrantha var. elongata R.J.F.Hend.
Fl.Australia 45:475, Fig. 70H (1987)
Corynotheca micrantha var. gracilis R.J.F.Hend.
Fl.Australia 45:474, Fig. 96C-E (1987)
Corynotheca micrantha (Lindl.) Druce var. micrantha
Corynotheca micrantha var. panda R.J.F.Hend.
Fl.Australia 45:475, Fig. 70G (1987)
Corynotheca panda (R.J.F.Hend.) R.L.Barrett & T.Macfarlane
Panda Zigzag Lily; Telopea 24:45 (2021)
Corynotheca pungens R.J.F.Hend.
Spiny Sand Lily; Fl.Australia 45:304, Figs 70K, 96H-I (1987)

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