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Thymelaeaceae Juss.
Fam.Pl. 2:278 (1763)
Pimelea Gaertn.
Fruct.Sem.Pl. 1:186 (1788)
Pimelea sylvestris R.Br.
Prodr. 361 (1810)
Pimelea tenuis M.B.Scott
Pimelea thesioides S.Moore
Pimelea tinctoria Meisn.
Lehm., Pl.Preiss. 1:603 (1845)
Pimelea trichostachya Lindl.
Spiked Riceflower; T.L.Mitchell, J.Exped.Trop.Australia 355 (1848)
Pimelea villifera Meisn.
Lehm., Pl.Preiss. 2:271-272 (1848)
Thecanthes Wikstr.
Kongl.Vetensk.Acad.Handl. 271 (1818)
Thecanthes concreta (F.Muell.) Rye
Nuytsia 6:262 (1988)
Thecanthes cornucopiae (Vahl) Wikstr.
Kongl.Vetensk.Acad.Nya Handl. (1818)
Thecanthes punicea (R.Br.) Wikstr.
Kongl.Vetensk.Acad.Nya Handl. 272 (1818)
Thecanthes sanguinea (F.Muell.) Rye
Nuytsia 6:267 (1988)
Wikstroemia Endl.
Kongl.Vetensk.Acad.Handl. 167, Tab.3 (1821)
Wikstroemia indica C.A.Mey.

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