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Malvaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 271 (1789)
Hibiscus L.
Sp.Pl. 2:693 (1753)
Hibiscus calcicola Juswara & Craven
Blumea 50:396-398, Fig. 3 (2005)
Hibiscus campanulatus A.J.Perkins
Nuytsia 28:135-138, Fig. 1 (2017)
Hibiscus chrysinocolla McLay & S.J.Dillon
Golden-goo Hibiscus; Nuytsia 31:41-45, Fig. 1 (2020)
Hibiscus coatesii F.Muell.
Fragm. 3:5-6 (1862)
Hibiscus diversifolius Jacq.
Collect.Bot. 2:307-308 (1789)
Hibiscus diversifolius Jacq. subsp. diversifolius
Hibiscus drummondii Turcz.
Drummond's Hibiscus; Bull.Soc.Imp.Naturalistes Moscou 31 (1):195 (1858)
Hibiscus farragei F.Muell.
Knobby Hibiscus; Fragm. 8:241 (1874)
Hibiscus ficulneus L.
Native Rosella; Sp.Pl. 695 (1753)
Hibiscus fluvialis Juswara & Craven
Blumea 50(2):398,Fig.4 (2005)
Hibiscus fryxellii Mabb.
Taxon 34:451 (1985)
Hibiscus fryxellii Mabb. var. fryxellii
Hibiscus fryxellii var. mollis Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
Austral.Syst.Bot. 16:194-197,Fig.6-7 (2003)
Hibiscus gardneri A.S.Mitch. ms
Hibiscus geranioides Benth.
Fl.Austral. 1:215 (1863)
Hibiscus gibsonii Harv.
Fl.Cap. 2:587 (1862)
Hibiscus goldsworthii F.Muell.
Fragm. 11:30-31 (1878)
Hibiscus haynaldii F.Muell.
S.Sci.Rec. 3:67 (1883)
Hibiscus huegelii Endl.
Lilac Hibiscus; Endl.et al., Enum.Pl. 10 (1837)
Hibiscus kenneallyi Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
Austral.Syst.Bot. 16:200,Figs 9,10 (2003)

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