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Malvaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 271 (1789)
Corchorus L.
Sp.Pl. 2:529 (1753)
Corchorus sp. Millstream (A.S. George 3488)
Corchorus sp. St. George Basin
Corchorus sp. Wittenoom (N.T. Burbidge 6001)
Corchorus sp. Yarrie (J. Bull & D. Roberts CAL 01.05)
Corchorus tectus Halford
Austrobaileya 6:621-622, Fig. 15 (2004)
Corchorus tridens L.
Mant.Pl.Altera 566 (1771)
Corchorus trilocularis L.
Mant.Pl. 77 (1767)
Corchorus vermicularis F.Muell.
Fragm. 3:10-11 (1862)
Corchorus walcottii F.Muell.
Woolly Corchorus; Fragm. 3:9 (1862)
Decaschistia Wight & Arn.
Prodr.Fl.Ind.Orient. 52 (1834)
Decaschistia byrnesii Fryxell
Austral.J.Bot. 22:187-188 (1974)
Decaschistia byrnesii Fryxell subsp. byrnesii
Decaschistia byrnesii subsp. lavandulacea Fryxell
Austral.J.Bot. 22:189 (1974)
Decaschistia occidentalis Craven & Fryxell
Austral.Syst.Bot. 2:464-467,Figs.4,5 (1989)
Dicarpidium F.Muell.
Hooker's J.Bot.Kew Gard.Misc. 9:302 (1857)
Dicarpidium monoicum F.Muell.
Hooker's J.Bot.Kew Gard.Misc. 9:302 (1857)
Dicarpidium sp. A Kimberley Flora (K.F. Kenneally 8686)
Dicarpidium sp. B Kimberley Flora (G.J. Keighery 10138)
Dicarpidium sp. Mt Leake (T. Willing 469)
Dicarpidium sp. Purnululu (K.A. Menkhorst 766)

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