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Terms: Genus: pterostylis

Orchidaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 64 (1789)
Pterostylis R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 326 (1810)
Pterostylis longicornis (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 83(4):55 (2018)
Pterostylis lortensis D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 79(2):25-26 (2014)
Pterostylis macrocalymma M.A.Clem. & D.L.Jones
Austral.Orchid Res. 1:124 (1989)
Pterostylis macrosceles (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones
Austral.Orchid Rev. 80(3):63 (2015)
Pterostylis meridionalis (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 83(4):55 (2018)
Pterostylis microglossa D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 77(4):41-44,Fig.2 (2012)
Pterostylis microphylla D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 79(6):49-51 (2014)
Pterostylis mitchellii Lindl.
Mitchell's Greenhood; T.L.Mitchell, J.Exped.Trop.Australia 365 (1848)
Pterostylis mutica R.Br.
Midget Greenhood; Prodr. 328 (1810)
Pterostylis nana R.Br.
Snail Orchid; Prodr. 327 (1810)
Pterostylis neopolyphylla Idrees & J.M.H.Shaw
Novon 29:194 (2021)
Pterostylis occulta G.Brockman & C.J.French
Little Frog Orchid; Nuytsia 32:51-54, Fig. 1A, C (2021)
Pterostylis orbiculata (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 83(4):55 (2018)
Pterostylis parva D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 80(2):33-36 (2015)
Pterostylis perculta (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones
Austral.Orchid Rev. 80(3):63 (2015)
Pterostylis picta M.A.Clem.
Austral.Orchid Res. 1:125 (1989)
Pterostylis platypetala D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 80(2):37-40 (2015)
Pterostylis plumosa Cady
Bird Orchid; Austral.Pl. 5:138 (1969)
Pterostylis polyphylla (D.L.Jones & C.J.French) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 84(6):42 (2019)
Pterostylis precatoria (D.L.Jones, C.J.French & M.A.Clem.) D.L.Jones & C.J.French
Austral.Orchid Rev. 83(4):55 (2018)

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