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Terms: Genus: polygala

Polygalaceae Hoffmanns. & Link
Fl.Portug. 1:62 (1809)
Polygala L.
Sp.Pl. 2:701 (1753)
Polygala petrophila R.A.Kerrigan var. petrophila
Polygala praecox R.A.Kerrigan
Austral.Syst.Bot. 25:121-122,133 (2012)
Polygala pterocarpa R.A.Kerrigan
Austral.Syst.Bot. 25:122-123, Fig.6G (2012)
Polygala rhinanthoides Benth.
Fl.Austral. 1:140 (1863)
Polygala rhynchocarpa R.A.Kerrigan
Austral.Syst.Bot. 25:124-125,Fig.3G (2012)
Polygala saccopetala R.A.Kerrigan
Austral.Syst.Bot. 25:125-126, Figs 4C,5C (2012)
Polygala sp. A Kimberley Flora (K.F. Kenneally 7752)
Polygala sp. B Kimberley Flora (T.E.H. Aplin et al. 715)
Polygala sp. Bradshaw (C.R. Michell 2113)
Polygala sp. Ciliate alae (C.R. Michell 615)
Polygala sp. Gregory (G.M. Wightman 2823)
Polygala sp. Grooved (R.A. Kerrigan 1131)
Polygala sp. Kimberley (R.A. Kerrigan 1111)
Polygala sp. Linear (Cowie 8206)
Polygala sp. Prostrate (P.K. Latz 4900)
Polygala sp. Rhianthoides shoulders (M.H. Andrews 398)
Polygala sp. Small lobes (R.A. Kerrigan 754)
Polygala sp. Winged fruit (R.A. Kerrigan 917)
Polygala stenoclada Benth.
Fl.Austral. 1:141 (1863)
Polygala stenosepala (Benth.) R.A.Kerrigan
Austral.Syst.Bot. 25:127 (2012)

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