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Myrtaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 322 (1789)
Astartea DC.
Prodr. 3:210 (1828)
Astartea sp. Waroona (R.J. Cranfield 11429)
Astartea sp. wing tips (M.E. Trudgen 12044)
Astartea transversa Rye
Nuytsia 260-262, Figs 2b, 3k & 4i (2013)
Astartea zephyra Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 23:262-264 (2013)
Asteromyrtus Schauer
Linnaea 17 242 (1843)
Asteromyrtus arnhemica (Byrnes) Craven
Austral.Syst.Bot. 1:378 (1988)
Astus Trudgen & Rye
Nuytsia 15(3):498-503, Figs 1,2 (2005)
Astus duomilia Trudgen & Rye
Nuytsia 15:504-505 (2005)
Astus duomilius Trudgen & Rye
Nuytsia 15:504-505 (2005)
Astus subroseus Trudgen & Rye
Nuytsia 15:505-507, Fig. 2a-f (2005)
Astus tetragonus (Benth.) Trudgen & Rye
Nuytsia 15:508, Fig. 2g-k (2005)
Astus wittweri Trudgen & Rye
Nuytsia 15:509-511, Fig. 2l-p (2005)
Babingtonia Lindl.
Edwards's Bot.Reg. 28:Tab.10 (1842)
Babingtonia behrii (Schltdl.) A.R.Bean
Broom Heath Myrtle; Austrobaileya 4(4):637 (1997)
Babingtonia camphorosmae (Endl.) Lindl.
Camphor Myrtle; Edwards's Bot.Reg. 28: Tab. 10 (1842)
Babingtonia cherticola Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 25:231-232, 233 (2015)
Babingtonia delicata Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 25:233-235, Fig. 5 (2015)
Babingtonia erecta Rye & Trudgen
Nuytsia 25:236, 237 (2015)
Babingtonia fascifolia Rye
Nuytsia 25:237-239 (2015)
Babingtonia grandiflora (Benth.) Rye
Large-flowered Babingtonia; Nuytsia 25:239 (2015)

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