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Terms: Genus: pterostylis

Orchidaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 64 (1789)
Pterostylis R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 326 (1810)
Pterostylis ectypha (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 83(4):55 (2018)
Pterostylis elegantissima (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones
Austral.Orchid Rev. 80(3):63 (2015)
Pterostylis eremaea (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 82(3):63 (2017)
Pterostylis erubescens D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 79(3):38-41 (2014)
Pterostylis excelsa M.A.Clem.
J.M.Black, Fl.S.Austral. Edn. 4, 4:2119, Fig. 984 (1986)
Pterostylis exserta (D.L.Jones) D.L.Jones
Austral.Orchid Rev. 80(3):63 (2015)
Pterostylis faceta (D.L.Jones, C.J.French & M.A.Clem.) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 83(4):55 (2018)
Pterostylis frenchii (D.L.Jones) A.P.Br.
Nuytsia 16:474 (2007)
Pterostylis fuliginosa (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 82(3):63 (2017)
Pterostylis galgula (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 83(4):55 (2018)
Pterostylis glebosa D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 79(6):45-48 (2014)
Pterostylis gracillima (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 84(6):42 (2019)
Pterostylis grossa (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 84(6):42 (2019)
Pterostylis hadra (D.L.Jones) D.L.Jones
Austral.Orchid Rev. 80(3):63 (2015)
Pterostylis hamiltonii Nicholls
Red-veined Shell Orchid; Victorian Naturalist 50: 89-91 (1933)
Pterostylis heberlei (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 82(3):63 (2017)
Pterostylis insectifera M.A.Clem.
Austral.Orchid Res. 1:123 (1989)
Pterostylis jacksonii D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 79(2):22-24 (2014)
Pterostylis karri D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 79(3):42-45 (2014)
Pterostylis leptochila M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones
Austral.Orchid Res. 1:123 (1989)

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