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Terms: Reference: nuytsia 10 1995

Rhamnaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 376 (1789)
Stenanthemum Reissek
Linnaea 29:295 (1858)
Stenanthemum limitatum Rye
Nuytsia 10:289-290, Fig. 8D-I (1995)
Stenanthemum mediale Rye
Nuytsia 10:290-291, Fig. 10A-E (1995)
Stenanthemum nanum Rye
Nuytsia 10:291-293, Fig. 8J-M (1995)
Stenanthemum newbeyi Rye
Nuytsia 10:293-294, Fig. 11A-C (1995)
Stenanthemum notiale Rye
Nuytsia 10:294-298,Fig.9S (1995)
Stenanthemum notiale subsp. chamelum Rye
Nuytsia 10:294-297, Fig. 9O-R (1995)
Stenanthemum petraeum Rye
Nuytsia 10:298-299, Fig. 11D-H (1995)
Stenanthemum poicilum Rye
Nuytsia 10:299-300, Fig. 12A-F (1995)
Stenanthemum reissekii Rye
Nuytsia 10:300-302, Fig. 12L-R (1995)
Stenanthemum stipulosum Rye
Nuytsia 10:302-303, Fig. 11I-L (1995)
Trymalium Fenzl
Enum.Pl. p20 (1837)
Trymalium densiflorum Rye
Nuytsia 10:132,Fig.4A-C (1995)
Trymalium elachophyllum Rye
Nuytsia 10:132-133,Fig.4D-G (1995)
Trymalium floribundum subsp. trifidum Rye
Nuytsia 10:133-134, Fig. 4H-I (1995)
Trymalium ledifolium var. lineare Rye
Nuytsia 10:134-135,Fig.4J,K (1995)
Trymalium venustum Rye
Nuytsia 10:137-140,Fig.5B-D (1995)

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