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Arecaceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 266 (1820)
Livistona R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 267 (1810)
Livistona alfredii F.Muell.
Millstream Fan-palm; Victorian Naturalist 9:112 (1892)
Livistona eastonii C.A.Gardner
Fan Palm; W.Australia Forests Dept.Bull. 32:36-37 (1923)
Livistona humilis R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. p 268 (1810)
Livistona inermis R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. p 268 (1810)
Livistona kimberleyana Rodd
Telopea 8:121-123,Figs 4g,17d (1998)
Livistona leichhardtii F.Muell.
Fragm. 8:221 (1874)
Livistona loriphylla Becc.
Webbia 5:18 (1921)
Livistona lorophylla Becc.
Webbia 5:18 (1921)
Livistona mariae F.Muell.
Fragm. 8:283 (1874)
Livistona mariae subsp. occidentalis Rodd
Telopea 8:81-82,Figs 3c,5d (1998)
Livistona nasmophila Dowe & D.L.Jones
Austrobaileya 6:980 (2004)
Livistona sp. A Kimberley Flora
Livistona sp. B Kimberley Flora
Livistona victoriae Rodd
Telopea 8:123-126,Figs 1b,4f,17c (1998)
Phoenix L.
Sp.Pl. 2:1188 (1753)
Phoenix canariensis Chabaud
Canary Islands Date Palm; Provence agricole et horticole illustrée 19:293, Figs 66-68 (1882)
Phoenix dactylifera L.
Date Palm; Sp.Pl. 2:1188 (1753)
Washingtonia H.Wendl.
Bot.Zeitung (Berlin) 37:68 (1879)
Washingtonia filifera H.Wendl.
Bot.Zeit. 37:68 (1879)

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