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Terms: Reference: nuytsia 8 1991

Myrtaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 322 (1789)
Eucalyptus L'Her.
Sert.Angl. (1789)
Eucalyptus abdita Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:61-62, Figs 27, 28 (1991)
Eucalyptus arachnaea Brooker & Hopper
Black-stemmed Mallee; Nuytsia 8:68 (1991)
Eucalyptus arachnaea subsp. arrecta Brooker & Hopper
Black-stemmed Mallet; Nuytsia 8:70, 76, Figs 5a, 32a, 34, 35 (1991)
Eucalyptus capillosa Brooker & Hopper
Wheabelt Wandoo; Nuytsia 8:41, Figs 7, 8, 16, 17 (1991)
Eucalyptus capillosa subsp. polyclada Brooker & Hopper
Mallee Wandoo; Nuytsia 8:45-47, Figs 16, 18 (1991)
Eucalyptus clivicola Brooker & Hopper
Green Mallet; Nuytsia 8:92-99, Figs 47, 48, 49 (1991)
Eucalyptus crispata Brooker & Hopper
Yandanooka Mallee; Nuytsia 8:100-104, Figs 5e, 52, 53, 54 (1991)
Eucalyptus densa Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:149,Figs 83-87 (1991)
Eucalyptus densa subsp. improcera Brooker & Hopper
Dwarf Blue Mallee; Nuytsia 8:154-155, Figs 86, 87 (1991)
Eucalyptus flavida Brooker & Hopper
Yellow-flowered Mallee; Nuytsia 8:99 (1991)
Eucalyptus gardneri subsp. ravensthorpensis Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:145-149, Fig. 80 (1991)
Eucalyptus hebetifolia Brooker & Hopper
Middle Mallee; Nuytsia 8:51, 55, Figs 24, 25, 26 (1991)
Eucalyptus histophylla Brooker & Hopper
Dundas Mallee; Nuytsia 8:89-92, Figs 45, 46 (1991)
Eucalyptus livida Brooker & Hopper
Mallee Wandoo; Nuytsia 8:47-51,Figs 19,20 (1991)
Eucalyptus luteola Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:82-85, Figs 41, 42 (1991)
Eucalyptus medialis Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:131-135, Figs 71-73 (1991)
Eucalyptus melanophitra Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:135-136,Figs 74-76 (1991)
Eucalyptus microschema Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:121-125, Figs 65-67 (1991)
Eucalyptus nigrifunda Brooker & Hopper
Desert Wandoo; Nuytsia 8:51, Figs 22, 23 (1991)
Eucalyptus phaenophylla subsp. interjacens Brooker & Hopper
Nuytsia 8:81-82, Figs 39, 40 (1991)

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