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Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 254 (1820)
Olearia Moench
Suppl.Meth. p254 (1802)
Olearia pimeleoides (DC.) Benth.
Pimelea Daisybush; Fl.Austral. 3:479 (1867)
Olearia pimeleoides subsp. incana D.A.Cooke
J.Adelaide Bot.Gard. 7:281 (1985)
Olearia pimeleoides (DC.) Benth. subsp. pimeleoides
Olearia plucheacea Lander
Nuytsia 7: 157-158, Fig.7 (1990)
Olearia propinqua S.Moore
Olearia ramosissima (DC.) Benth.
Much-branched Daisy Bush; Fl.Austral. 3:479 (1867)
Olearia ramulosa (Labill.) Benth.
Twiggy Daisy Bush; Fl.Austral. 3:476-477 (1867)
Olearia revoluta Benth.
Fl.Austral. 3:476 (1867)
Olearia rudis (Benth.) Benth.
Rough Daisybush; Fl.Austral. 3:487 (1867)
Olearia sp. Bremer Bay (R. Davis 10528)
Olearia sp. Eremicola (Diels & Pritzel s.n. PERTH 00449628)
Olearia sp. Gregory (M. Hislop 3784)
Olearia sp. Jerramungup (E.M. Sandiford 2528)
Olearia sp. Kennedy Range (G. Byrne 66)
Olearia sp. Wallabi Island (D.J. Edinger DJE 2727)
Olearia strigosa (Steetz) Benth.
Bristly Daisy Bush; Fl.Austral. 3:485 (1867)
Olearia stuartii (F.Muell.) Benth.
Fl.Austral. 3:481 (1867)
Olearia subspicata (Hook.) Benth.
Spiked Daisy Bush; Fl.Austral. 3:478 (1867)
Olearia trifurcata Lander
Nuytsia 18:101,103-105, Fig. 4 (2008)
Olearia xerophila (F.Muell.) Benth.
Fl.Austral. 3:486-487 (1867)

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