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Restionaceae R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 243 (1810)
Restio Rottb.
Descr.Pl.Rar. p9 (1772)
Restio nitens Nees
Shining Cord Rush;
Restio ornatus Steud.
Syn.Pl.Glumac. 2:256 (1855)
Restio serialis L.A.S.Johnson & B.G.Briggs ms
Restio sinuosus L.A.S.Johnson & B.G.Briggs ms
Restio sp. A Perth Flora
Restio sp. B Perth Flora
Restio sp. C Perth Flora
Restio sphacelatus R.Br.
Prodr. 246-247 (1810)
Restio stenandra L.A.S.Johnson & B.G.Briggs ms
Restio stenostachyus W.Fitzg.
Proc.Linn.Soc.New South Wales 28:108 (1903)
Restio striatus (F.Muell.) L.A.S.Johnson & B.G.Briggs ms
Restio tremulus R.Br.
Quivery Cord Rush; Prodr. 245 (1810)
Restio ustulatus Ewart & Sharman
Proc.Roy.Soc.Victoria 28:237 (1916)
Sporadanthus F.Muell.
Trans.& Proc.New Zealand Inst. 6:389 (1874)
Sporadanthus rivularis B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 14:12-13, Figs 1, 2a-b (2012)
Sporadanthus strictus (R.Br.) B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 8:30 (1998)
Stenopa ms
Stenopa ramosissima (Gilg.) B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson ms
Stenotalis B.G.Briggs & L.A.S.Johnson
Telopea 7:368-369 (1998)

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