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Terms: Reference: nuytsia 13 2001

Hemerocallidaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 295 (1810)
Johnsonia R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 287 (1810)
Johnsonia pubescens subsp. cygnorum Keighery
Nuytsia 13:479-480 (2001)
Malvaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 271 (1789)
Lysiosepalum F.Muell.
Fragm. 1:142 (1858)
Lysiosepalum abollatum C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 13:581-584,Fig.7 (2001)
Lysiosepalum aromaticum C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 13:584-585,Fig.8 (2001)
Moraceae Gaudich.
Gen.Pl. p13 (1835)
Ficus L.
Sp.Pl. 2:1059 (1753)
Ficus lilliputiana D.J.Dixon
Nuytsia 13:458-460,Fig.1 (2001)
Ficus lilliputiana forma pilosa D.J.Dixon
Nuytsia 13:460,Figs 2,3 (2001)
Myrtaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 322 (1789)
Agonis (DC.) Sweet
Hort.Brit. Ed.2:209 (1830)
Agonis fragrans J.R.Wheeler & N.G.Marchant
Nuytsia 13:567-570, Figs1,2 (2001)
Eucalyptus L'Her.
Sert.Angl. (1789)
Eucalyptus minniritchi D.Nicolle
Nuytsia 13:489-492 (2001)
Euryomyrtus Schauer
Linnaea 17 p239 (1843)
Euryomyrtus inflata Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:553-555,Figs2D-F (2001)
Euryomyrtus leptospermoides (C.A.Gardner) Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:550 (2001)
Euryomyrtus maidenii (Ewart & Jean White) Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:557,Figs3F-I (2001)
Euryomyrtus patrickiae Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:559-560 (2001)
Euryomyrtus recurva Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:555-567,Figs3A-E (2001)
Thryptomene Endl.
Stirp.Herb.Huegel. p192 (1838)
Thryptomene australis subsp. brachyandra Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:516-518 (2001)
Thryptomene costata Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:518-519 (2001)
Thryptomene duplicata Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:520-521,Fig.1 B-F (2001)
Thryptomene eremaea Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:521-522,Fig.1G-J (2001)
Thryptomene salina Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:525-526 (2001)
Thryptomene striata Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 13:526-527 (2001)
Verticordia DC.
Prodr. 3:208 (1828)
Verticordia mirabilis Eliz.George & A.S.George
Nuytsia 13:465-469,Fig.1 (2001)
Rhamnaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 376 (1789)
Stenanthemum Reissek
Linnaea 29:295 (1858)
Stenanthemum liberum Rye
Nuytsia 13:502-503, Fig. 4A-E (2001)

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