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Terms: Genus: isopogon

Proteaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 78 (1789)
Isopogon Knight
Cult.Prot. pxii, 93. (1809)
Isopogon formosus R.Br.
Rose Coneflower; Trans.Linn.Soc.London 10:72 (1810)
Isopogon formosus subsp. dasylepis (Meisn.) Foreman
Fl.Australia 16:479 (1995)
Isopogon formosus R.Br. subsp. formosus
Isopogon gardneri Foreman
Fl.Australia 16:479 (1995)
Isopogon heterophyllus Meisn.
Lehm., Pl.Preiss. 504 (1845)
Isopogon inconspicuus (Meisn.) Foreman
Fl.Australia 16:479 (1995)
Isopogon latifolius R.Br.
Prodr. Suppl. 8 (1830)
Isopogon linearis Meisn.
Hooker's J.Bot.Kew Gard.Misc. 7:69-70 (1855)
Isopogon longifolius R.Br.
Trans.Linn.Soc.London 10:73 (1810)
Isopogon nutans Rye & Hislop
Simple-leaved Coneflower; Nuytsia 31:95-98, Fig. 1 (2020)
Isopogon panduratus Hislop & Rye
Nuytsia 20:170-172, Figs 1a-k (2010)
Isopogon panduratus subsp. palustris Hislop & Rye
Nuytsia 20:175-176, Figs 1L-M (2010)
Isopogon panduratus Hislop & Rye subsp. panduratus
Isopogon polycephalus R.Br.
Clustered Coneflower; Trans.Linn.Soc.London 10:73 (1810)
Isopogon pruinosus Hislop & Rye
Nuytsia 20:176-178, Fig. 3 (2010)
Isopogon pruinosus subsp. glabellus Hislop & Rye
Nuytsia 20:180-181 (2010)
Isopogon pruinosus Hislop & Rye subsp. pruinosus
Isopogon robusta Foreman ms
Isopogon robustus N.Gibson
Muelleria 21:97-99,Fig.1 (2005)
Isopogon scaber Lindl.
Sketch Veg.Swan R. 34 (1840)

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