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Terms: Genus: tetragonia

Aizoaceae Martinov
Tekhno-Bot.Slovar 15 (1820)
Tetragonia L.
Sp.Pl. 2:480 (1753)
Tetragonia coronata Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 10:459-462,Fig.1 (1996)
Tetragonia cristata A.M.Prescott
J.Adelaide Bot.Gard. 6:181-183 (1983)
Tetragonia decumbens Mill.
Sea Spinach; Gard.Dict. Ed. 8 (1768)
Tetragonia diptera F.Muell.
Fragm. 11:8 (1878)
Tetragonia eremaea Ostenf.
Biol.Meddel.Kongel.Danske Vidensk.Selsk. 3 (2):59 (1921)
Tetragonia expansa Murray
Comment.Soc.Regiae Sci.Gott. 6:13-17, Pl. 5 (1783)
Tetragonia implexicoma (Miq.) Hook.f.
Bower Spinach; Bot.Antarct.Voy.III.(Fl.Tasman.) 1:148 (1856)
Tetragonia moorei M.Gray
Telopea 7(2):119-127 (1997)
Tetragonia nigrescens Eckl. & Zeyh.
Enum.Pl.Afric.Austral. 323 (1837)
Tetragonia sp. Hamelin (M. Trudgen 8000)
Tetragonia tetragonioides Baker
New Zealand Spinach; Fl.Males. Ser. 1, Spermat. 4:275 (1951)
Tetragonia tetragonoides (Pall.) Kuntze
New Zealand Spinach; Revis.Gen.Pl. 1:264 (1891)
Tetragonia zeyheri Fenzl
Fl.Cap. (Harvey) 2:465 (1862)

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