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Terms: Genus: pentalepis

Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 254 (1820)
Pentalepis F.Muell.
Edinburgh New Philos.J. ser. 2, 17:230 (1863)
Pentalepis ecliptoides F.Muell.
Edinburgh New Philos.J. ser.2,17:231 (1863)
Pentalepis ecliptoides F.Muell. subsp. ecliptoides
Pentalepis ecliptoides subsp. hirsuta Orchard
Orchard & E.W.Cross, Nuytsia 22:383-385, Fig. 5I-O (2012)
Pentalepis linearifolia Orchard
Orchard & E.W.Cross, Nuytsia 22:385-388, Fig. 7A-H (2012)
Pentalepis linearifolia Orchard subsp. linearifolia
Pentalepis linearifolia subsp. nudibranchoides Orchard
Orchard & E.W.Cross, Nuytsia 22:389, Fig. 7I-J (2012)
Pentalepis sp. Mt House (E.M. Bennett 1877)
Pentalepis trichodesmoides F.Muell.
Edinburgh New Philos.J. ser.2,17:231 (1863)
Pentalepis trichodesmoides subsp. hispida Orchard
Orchard & E.W.Cross, Nuytsia 22:377, Fig. 2C-D (2012)
Pentalepis trichodesmoides subsp. incana Orchard
Orchard & E.W.Cross, Nuytsia 22:379, Fig. 2E-H (2012)
Pentalepis trichodesmoides F.Muell. subsp. trichodesmoides
Pentalepis walcottii E.W.Cross
Orchard & E.W.Cross, Nuytsia 22:390-391, Fig. 7K-R (2012)

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