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Terms: Genus: sida

Malvaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 271 (1789)
Sida L.
Sp.Pl. 2:683 (1753)
Sida acuta Burm.f.
Fl.Indica 147 (1768)
Sida acuta Burm.f. subsp. acuta
Sida acuta subsp. carpinifolia (L.f.) Borss.Waalk.
Blumea 14:188 (1966)
Sida ammophila J.H.Willis
Muelleria 1:131 (1967)
Sida arenicola S.T.Reynolds & A.E.Holland
Austrobaileya 2:463-465,Fig.4 (1988)
Sida arsiniata R.M.Barker
Nuytsia 17:26-29, Figs 3-4a (2007)
Sida asterocalyx S.T.Reynolds & A.E.Holland
Austrobaileya 2:463,Fig.3 (1988)
Sida atrovirens R.M.Barker ms
Sida billbarkeri R.M.Barker ms
Sida brachypoda S.T.Reynolds & A.E.Holland
Austrobaileya 2:459-461,Fig.1 (1988)
Sida brownii Clement
Contr.Gray Herb. 180:35 (1957)
Sida calyxhymenia DC.
Tall Sida; Prodr. 1:462 (1824)
Sida cardiophylla F.Muell.
Fragm. 8:242-243 (1874)
Sida carpinifolia L.f.
Sida chrysocalyx R.M.Barker ms
Sida cleisocalyx F.Muell.
Fragm. 10:73 (1876)
Sida clementii Domin
Biblioth.Bot. 89:389 (1928)
Sida cordifolia L.
Sp.Pl. 2:684 (1753)
Sida corrugata Lindl.
Dwarf Sida; Mitchell, Three Exped.Australia 2:12 (1838)

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