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Terms: Reference: nuytsia 4 1983

Myrtaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 322 (1789)
Malleostemon J.W.Green
Nuytsia 4(3):296 (1983)
Malleostemon hursthousei (W.Fitzg.) J.W.Green
Nuytsia 4:297-299 (1983)
Malleostemon minilyaensis J.W.Green
Nuytsia 4:299-301 (1983)
Malleostemon pedunculatus J.W.Green
Nuytsia 4:301-303 (1983)
Malleostemon peltiger (S.Moore) J.W.Green
Nuytsia 4:303-305 (1983)
Malleostemon roseus (E.Pritz.) J.W.Green
Nuytsia 4:305-308 (1983)
Malleostemon tuberculatus (E.Pritz.) J.W.Green
Nuytsia 4:308-310 (1983)
Nymphaeaceae Salisb.
Ann.Bot. 2:70 (1805)
Ondinea Hartog
Blumea 18:413 (1970)
Ondinea purpurea subsp. petaloidea Kenneally & E.L.Schneid.
Nuytsia 4:362,Figs 1B-J,2A-C (1983)
Pandanaceae R. Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 340 (1810)
Pandanus Parkinson
J.Voy.South Seas p 76 (1773)
Pandanus rheophilus B.C.Stone
Nuytsia 4:427-433 (1983)
Pittosporaceae R.Br.
Voy.Terra Austral. 2:542 (1814)
Billardiera Sm.
Spec.Bot.New Holland 1:1 (1793)
Billardiera mollis E.M.Benn.
Hairy-fruited Billardiera; Nuytsia 4:275-277 (1983)

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