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Terms: Reference: nuytsia 13 1999

Stylidiaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 565 (1810)
Stylidium Sw.
Sp.Pl. p7, 146. (1805)
Stylidium candelabrum Lowrie & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:251-253,Fig.1 (1999)
Stylidium chiddarcoopingense Lowrie, Coates & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:255-257,Fig.1 (1999)
Stylidium cilium Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:118 (1999)
Stylidium diplectroglossum (F.L.Erickson & J.H.Willis) Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:132 (1999)
Stylidium flagellum Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:136-138,Fig.16 (1999)
Stylidium megacarpum Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:120 (1999)
Stylidium pingrupense Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:138-139,Fig.17 (1999)
Stylidium pseudosacculatum Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:143-146,Fig.19 (1999)
Stylidium septentrionale (Milbr.) Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:123 (1999)
Stylidium warriedarense Lowrie, A.H.Burb. & Kenneally
Nuytsia 13:131-132,Fig.14 (1999)
Thymelaeaceae Juss.
Fam.Pl. 2:278 (1763)
Pimelea Gaertn.
Fruct.Sem.Pl. 1:186 (1788)
Pimelea neokyrea Rye
Nuytsia 13:183-184,Figs3F-H (1999)
Pimelea rosea subsp. annelsii Rye
Nuytsia 13:186-187,Figs3I-K (1999)
Violaceae Batsch
Tab.Affin.Regni Veg. 57.2:57 (1802)
Hybanthus Jacq.
Enum.Syst.Pl. p2, 17. (1760)
Hybanthus floribundus subsp. chloroxanthus E.M.Benn.
Nuytsia 13:4-6,Fig.1 (1999)

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