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Boletaceae Chevall.
Fl.Gen.Env.Paris 1:248-249 (1826)
Tylopilus P.Karst.
Rev.Mycol. (Toulouse) 3:16 (1881)
Tylopilus phaseolisporus (T.H.Li, R.N.Hilton & Watling) Osmundson, Bougher, R.Rob. & Halling
Nuytsia 32:94 (2021)
Convolvulaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 132 (1789)
Convolvulus L.
Sp.Pl. 1:153 (1753)
Convolvulus pyrophilus O.Nazarova & Hislop
Nuytsia 32:159-163, Figs 1, 2A (2021)
Ericaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 159 (1789)
Styphelia Sm.
Spec.Bot.New Holland 45 (1795)
Styphelia carolineae Hislop
Nuytsia 32:230-234, Figs 18, 19 (2021)
Styphelia caudata Hislop
Nuytsia 32:205-210, Figs 4, 5 (2021)
Styphelia exarata Hislop
Nuytsia 32:234-237, Figs 20, 21 (2021)
Styphelia globosa Hislop
Nuytsia 32:210-213, Figs 6, 7 (2021)
Styphelia graniticola Hislop
Nuytsia 32:213-217, Figs 8, 9 (2021)
Styphelia inframediana Hislop
Nuytsia 32:217-220, Figs 10, 11 (2021)
Styphelia intricata Hislop
Nuytsia 32:221-223, Figs 12, 13 (2021)
Styphelia madida Hislop
Nuytsia 32:224-225 (2021)
Styphelia madida subsp. hirtigera Hislop
Nuytsia 32:228-229, Fig. 17 (2021)
Styphelia undulata Hislop
Nuytsia 32:103-105, 107, Fig. 1 (2021)
Fabaceae Lindl.
Intr.Nat.Syst.Bot. Ed.2:148 (1836)
Isotropis Benth.
Enum.Pl. 28 (1837)
Isotropis petrensis R.W.Davis & Wege
Granite Granny Bonnets; Nuytsia 32:99-102, Fig. 1 (2021)
Tephrosia Pers.
Syn.Pl. 1:328 (1806)
Tephrosia cowiei R.Butcher
Nuytsia 32:41-45, Fig. 1 (2021)
Tephrosia funicularis R.Butcher
Nuytsia 32:46-48, Fig. 3 (2021)
Tephrosia insolens R.Butcher & Cowie
Nuytsia 32:74-77, Figs 3, 5B (2021)
Tephrosia lithosperma R.Butcher & Cowie
Nuytsia 32:77-81, Figs 4, 5C (2021)
Tephrosia sabulosa R.Butcher
Nuytsia 32:113-118, Fig. 2 (2021)
Malvaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 271 (1789)
Lasiopetalum Sm.
Trans.Linn.Soc.London,Bot. 4:216 (1798)
Lasiopetalum biloculatum K.A.Sheph. & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 32:127-130, Fig. 3 (2021)
Lasiopetalum erectifolium K.A.Sheph. & C.F.Wilkins
Nuytsia 32:133-137, Figs 7, 8 (2021)

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