Hydrocotyle corynophora F.Muell.
, legitimate, scientific
[Mueller, F.J.H. von (1890), Descriptions of hitherto unrecorded Australian plants, with additional phyto-geographic notes. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales, Series 2 5(1)]:
"near the eastern sources of Swan River; Miss Alice Eaton."
[Green, J.W. (1985), Census of the Vascular Plants of Western Australia Edn. 2]:
[Western Australian Herbarium (2011), FloraBase: the Western Australian Flora Version 2.6]:
[Perkins, A.J. (30 January 2017), Rediscovery and updated description of the enigmatic annual Hydrocotyle corynophora F.Muell. (Araliaceae). Telopea 20]:
13-19, Figs 1-3, Fig 4 (map)
"Western Australia: Near the eastern sources of Swan River, Miss Alice Eaton s.n., 1889 (holotype: MEL7876 Figure 1)"
"The specific epithet is derived from the Greek words coryne, ‘a club’, and phoros, ‘bearing’, with reference to the distinctive club-shaped peduncles.