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Iridaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. p57 (1789)

Iridaceae Juss. is not rare, threatened or alien in WA Suggest a correction for Iridaceae Juss. Iridaceae Juss. is current Photo of Iridaceae Juss. IBRA distribution map of Iridaceae Juss. Profile of Iridaceae Juss. A key to Iridaceae Juss. is not available Specimens of Iridaceae Juss. are not available
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Homeria Vent.
Dec.Gen.Nov. 5 (1808)

Homeria Vent. is not rare, threatened or alien in WA Suggest a correction for Homeria Vent. Homeria Vent. is not current A photo of Homeria Vent. is not available A map of Homeria Vent. is not available A profile of Homeria Vent. is not available A key to Homeria Vent. is not available Specimens of Homeria Vent. are not available
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Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis
One-leaved Cape Tulip;

Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis is alien to Western Australia Suggest a correction for Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis is not current A photo of Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis is not available A map of Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis is not available A profile of Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis is not available A key to Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis is not available Specimens of Homeria breyniana (L.) G.J.Lewis are not available
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Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb.
One-leaf Cape Tulip; Trans.Linn.Soc.London 1:307 (1812)

Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. is alien to Western Australia Suggest a correction for Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. is not current A photo of Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. is not available A map of Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. is not available A profile of Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. is not available A key to Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. is not available Specimens of Homeria collina (Thunb.) Salisb. are not available
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Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet
Two-leaf Cape Tulip; Brit.Fl.Gard. Ser.1,2:Tab.152 (1826)

Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet is alien to Western Australia Suggest a correction for Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet is not current A photo of Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet is not available A map of Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet is not available A profile of Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet is not available A key to Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet is not available Specimens of Homeria miniata (Andrews) Sweet are not available
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Moraea Mill.
Fig.Pl.Gard.Dict. 2:159, Tab.238 (1758)

Moraea Mill. is not rare, threatened or alien in WA Suggest a correction for Moraea Mill. Moraea Mill. is current A photo of Moraea Mill. is not available IBRA distribution map of Moraea Mill. Profile of Moraea Mill. A key to Moraea Mill. is not available Specimens of Moraea Mill. are not available
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Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud.
One-leaf Cape Tulip; Nomencl.Bot. Ed. 2, 2:160 (1841)

Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud. is alien to Western Australia Suggest a correction for Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud. Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud. is current A photo of Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud. is not available IBRA distribution map of Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud. Profile of Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud. A key to Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud. is not available Specimens of Moraea flaccida (Sweet) Steud.
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Moraea miniata Andrews
Two-leaf Cape Tulip; Bot.Repos. 5,Pl.404 (1804)

Moraea miniata Andrews is alien to Western Australia Suggest a correction for Moraea miniata Andrews Moraea miniata Andrews is current Photo of Moraea miniata Andrews IBRA distribution map of Moraea miniata Andrews Profile of Moraea miniata Andrews A key to Moraea miniata Andrews is not available Specimens of Moraea miniata Andrews

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