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Terms: Reference: nuytsia 17 2007

Fabaceae Lindl.
Intr.Nat.Syst.Bot. Ed.2:148 (1836)
Acacia Mill.
Gard.Dict.Abr. Ed.3 (1754)
Acacia woodmaniorum Maslin & Buscumb
Nuytsia 17:268-271, Fig. 2 (2007)
Aotus Sm.
Ann.Bot. 1:504 (1805)
Aotus franklandii Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:460-462, Fig. 1 (2007)
Aotus lanea Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:462-464, Fig. 3 (2007)
Aotus prosacris Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:465-467, Fig. 4 (2007)
Eutaxia R.Br.
Hort.Kew. 3:16 (1811)
Eutaxia actinophylla Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:470-472, Fig. 1 (2007)
Eutaxia andocada Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:471, 474-475, Fig.3 (2007)
Eutaxia lasiocalyx Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:476-477, Fig. 4 (2007)
Eutaxia nanophylla Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:478-480, Fig. 5 (2007)
Eutaxia rubricarina Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:480-482, Fig. 6 (2007)
Latrobea Meisn.
Pl.Preiss. 2(2-3):219 (1848)
Latrobea colophona Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:484-486, Fig.1 (2007)
Latrobea pinnacula Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:487-489, Fig. 3 (2007)
Latrobea pinnaculum Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:487-489, Fig. 3 (2007)
Latrobea recurva Chappill & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 17:489-491, Fig. 4 (2007)
Goodeniaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 573 (1810)
Goodenia Sm.
Spec.Bot.New Holland 15 (1793)
Goodenia corralina L.W.Sage & K.A.Sheph.
Nuytsia 17:333-335, Figs 2, 3d (2007)
Goodenia granitica L.W.Sage & K.A.Sheph.
Nuytsia 17:335-338, Figs 3c, 4 (2007)
Goodenia jaurdiensis L.W.Sage & K.A.Sheph.
Nuytsia 17:338-340, Fig. 5 (2007)
Goodenia salina L.W.Sage & K.A.Sheph.
Nuytsia 17:340-342, Figs 3a-b, 6 (2007)
Goodenia turleyae L.W.Sage & K.A.Sheph.
Nuytsia 17:343-345, Fig. 7 (2007)
Lamiaceae Martinov
Tekhno-Bot.Slovar 355 (1820)
Dicrastylis Harv.
Hooker's J.Bot.Kew Gard.Misc. 7:56 (1855)
Dicrastylis cundeeleensis Rye
Nuytsia 17:304-308, Figs1b, 2 (2007)
Dicrastylis kumarinensis Rye
Nuytsia 17:315-317, Figs 1c, 5 (2007)

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