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Terms: Genus: stackhousia

Celastraceae R.Br.
Voy.Terra Austral. 2:554 (1814)
Stackhousia Sm.
Trans.Linn.Soc.London,Bot. 4:218 (1798)
Stackhousia brunonis (Endl.) Benth.
Winged Stackhousia;
Stackhousia clementii Domin
Biblioth.Bot. 89:343 (1927)
Stackhousia dielsii Pamp.
Yellow Stackhousia; Bull.Herb.Boissier Ser. 2, 5:1052 (1905)
Stackhousia elata F.Muell.
Stackhousia georgei Diels
Stackhousia huegelii Endl.
Enum.Pl. p17 (1837)
Stackhousia intermedia F.M.Bailey
Queensland Agric.J. 3:281 (1898)
Stackhousia megaloptera F.Muell.
Fragm. 8:35-36 (1873)
Stackhousia micrantha (Benth.) Pamp.
Stackhousia monogyna Labill.
Nov.Holl.Pl. 77,Tab.104 (1804)
Stackhousia muricata Lindl.
Edwards's Bot.Reg. 22: Tab. 1917 (1836)
Stackhousia muricata subsp. annual (W.R. Barker 2172)
Stackhousia muricata subsp. Perennial (W.R. Barker 3641)
Stackhousia nematomera W.R.Barker ms
Stackhousia pubescens A.Rich.
Downy Stackhousia;
Stackhousia scoparia Benth.
Fl.Austral. 1:409 (1863)
Stackhousia sp. Hairy fruited (E.N.S. Jackson 1387)
Stackhousia sp. Kennedy Range (G.J. Keighery & N. Gibson 1281)
Stackhousia sp. Lake Mackay (P.K. Latz 12870)

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