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Elaeocarpaceae Juss.
DC., Essai Propr.Méd.Pl. Ed. 2, 87 (1816)
Tetratheca Sm.
Spec.Bot.New Holland 5, tab. 2 (1793)
Tetratheca paynterae subsp. cremnobata R.Butcher
Austral.Syst.Bot. 20:158-159, Fig. 10 (2007)
Tetratheca paynterae Alford subsp. paynterae
Tetratheca phoenix R.Butcher
Nuytsia 17:123-126, Fig.3 (2007)
Tetratheca pilata R.Butcher
Nuytsia 17:128-132, Fig.1 (2007)
Tetratheca pilifera Lindl.
Sketch Veg.Swan R. 38 (1840)
Tetratheca plumosa R.Butcher
Nuytsia 19:10-14, Fig.1 (2009)
Tetratheca pubescens Turcz.
Bull.Soc.Imp.Naturalistes Moscou 25 (2):141 (1852)
Tetratheca remota Joy Thomps.
Telopea 1:174-175 (1976)
Tetratheca retrorsa Joy Thomps.
Telopea 1:157-158 (1976)
Tetratheca setigera Endl.
Endl., Fenzl, Benth. & Schott, Enum.Pl. 8 (1837)
Tetratheca similis Joy Thomps.
Telopea 1:171-172 (1976)
Tetratheca sp. Boonanarring (F. Hort 1509)
Tetratheca sp. Die Hardy Range (R. Ryan BR 1)
Tetratheca sp. Duranillin (V. Crowley 976)
Tetratheca sp. Eneabba (L. Sweedman 3364)
Tetratheca sp. Granite (S. Patrick SP1224)
Tetratheca sp. Kent River (B.G. Hammersley 1791)
Tetratheca sp. Mt Cooke (N.D. Burrows MC 110)
Tetratheca sp. Mt Solus (F. Obbens 307/98)
Tetratheca sp. New Norcia (D. Rayner et al. RH 807-20)

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