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Terms: Reference: nuytsia 17 2007

Proteaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 78 (1789)
Synaphea R.Br.
Trans.Linn.Soc.London,Bot. p155 (1810)
Synaphea diabolica R.Butcher
Nuytsia 17:100-104, Fig.2 (2007)
Synaphea pandurata R.Butcher
Nuytsia 17:104-108, Fig.3 (2007)
Synaphea polypodioides R.Butcher
Nuytsia 17:108-112, Fig.4(2007)
Synaphea trinacriformis R.Butcher
Nuytsia 17:112-115, Fig.5 (2007)
Rutaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 296 (1789)
Drummondita Harv.
Hooker's J.Bot.Kew Gard.Misc. 7:53 (1855)
Drummondita fulva A.S.Markey & R.A.Meissn.
Nuytsia 17:275-277, Figs 2, 3 (2007)
Drummondita rubriviridis R.A.Meissn.
Nuytsia 17:277-280, Figs 4-5 (2007)
Drummondita rubroviridis R.A.Meissn.
Nuytsia 17:277-280, Figs 4-5 (2007)
Sapindaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 246 (1789)
Dodonaea Mill.
Gard.Dict.Abr. Ed.3 (1754)
Dodonaea amplisemina K.A.Sheph. & Rye
Nuytsia 17:376-379, Figs 1a-c, 3 (2007)
Dodonaea scurra K.A.Sheph. & R.A.Meissn.
Nuytsia 17:380-382, Figs 4, 5 (2007)
Scrophulariaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 117 (1789)
Eremophila R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 518 (1810)
Eremophila densifolia subsp. erecta A.P.Br. & Buirchell
Nuytsia 17:81-83, Fig. 1a-b (2007)
Eremophila grandiflora A.P.Br. & Buirchell
Nuytsia 17:84-86, Fig. 2a-b (2007)
Stylidiaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 565 (1810)
Stylidium Sw.
Sp.Pl. p7, 146. (1805)
Stylidium amabile Wege & Coates
Nuytsia 17:441-443, Fig. 5 (2007)
Stylidium applanatum Wege
Nuytsia 17:417-419, Fig. 1a-b (2007)
Stylidium bellum Wege
Nuytsia 17:420-421, Fig.1c (2007)
Stylidium clavatum (Carlquist) Wege
Nuytsia 17:421-423, Fig. 1d (2007)
Stylidium coroniforme subsp. amblyphyllum Wege
Nuytsia 17:439-441, Fig. 4 (2007)
Stylidium diademum Wege
Nuytsia 17:423-424, Fig. 1e-f (2007)
Stylidium ferricola Wege & Keighery
Nuytsia 17:446-448, Fig.2 (2007)
Stylidium korijekup Wege, B.J.Keighery & Keighery
Nuytsia 17:448-451, Fig.3 (2007)
Stylidium rosulatum Wege
Nuytsia 17:424-425, Fig.3a (2007)

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