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Restionaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 243 (1810)
Desmocladus Nees
Pl.Preiss. 2(1):56 (1848)
Desmocladus parthenicus B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 9:241-242,Figs 6h,i (2001)
Desmocladus quiricanus B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 9:231,232,Figs 1d-f (2001)
Desmocladus semiplanus B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 9:234-235,Figs 3d-g (2001)
Desmocladus tenuis L.A.S.Johnson & B.G.Briggs ms
Desmocladus virgatus (Benth.) B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 8:27 (1998)
Dielsia Gilg
Bot.Jahrb.Syst. 35:88, fig. 6 A-L. (1904)
Dielsia stenostachya (W.Fitzg.) B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 8:27 (1998)
Empodisma L.A.S.Johnson & D.F.Cutler
Kew Bull. 28:383 (1974)
Empodisma gracillimum (F.Muell.) L.A.S.Johnson & D.F.Cutler
Kew Bull. 28:383 (1974)
Georgiella B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson ms
Telopea 7:307-308 (1998)
Georgiella hexandra L.A.S.Johnson & B.G.Briggs ms
Harperia W.Fitzg.
Journal of the West Australian Natural History Society 1:34 (1904)
Harperia confertospicata (Steud.) B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 8:28 (1998)
Harperia eyreana B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 9:248, Fig. 1a-d (2001)
Harperia ferruginipes Meney & Pate
Telopea 6:651-653, Fig. 2 (1996)
Harperia lateriflora W.Fitzg.
J.Western Australia Nat.Hist.Soc. 2(1):35 (1904)
Hypolaena R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 251 (1810)
Hypolaena caespitosa B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 10:576,Figs 2A-D (2004)
Hypolaena exsulca R.Br.
Prodr. 251 (1810)
Hypolaena fastigiata R.Br.
Prodr. 251 (1810)

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