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K.R.Thiele Name author Thiele, K.R. Reference author
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22 References:
  1. Thiele, K.R. (10 December 2019), Hibbertia tuberculata (Dilleniaceae), a new, rare species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 30
  2. Thiele, K.R. (30 July 2019), Two new Western Australian species segregated from Banksia densa (Proteaceae). Nuytsia 30
  3. Thiele, K.R. (7 April 2020), Hibbertia proberae (Dilleniaceae), a new, rare and geographically anomalous species from the Great Victoria Desert of Western Australia. Nuytsia 31
  4. Thiele, K.R. (12 February 2023), Hibbertia aplacophylla (Dilleniaceae), a new species from south-western Western Australia segregated from H. notibractea. Australian Journal of Taxonomy 12
  5. Thiele, K.R. (4 March 2024), A taxonomic resolution of Hibbertia acerosa (Dilleniaceae) in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Taxonomy 52
  6. Thiele, K.R. (10 December 2019), The Hibbertia polystachya–H. spicata (Dilleniaceae) species group in Western Australia. Nuytsia 30
  7. Thiele, K.R. (14 May 1986), A new speces of Carex (Cyperaceae: Caricoideae) from south-eastern Australia. Muelleria 6(3&4)
  8. Thiele, K.R. (8 February 2007), Two new species of Australian Stenanthemum (Rhamnaceae), with a conspectus and key to species outside Western Australia. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 21
  9. Thiele, K.R. (17 December 2009), A new circumscription for Lysinema ciliatum (Ericaceae: Styphelioideae: Epacrideae) and reinstatement of L. pentapetalum. Nuytsia 19(2)
  10. Thiele, K.R. (17 December 2009), Three new species of Hibbertia (Dilleniaceae) from Western Australia. Nuytsia 19
  11. Thiele, K.R. (17 December 2009), Banksia recurvistylis (Proteaceae), a new species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 19(2)
  12. Thiele, K.R. (29 September 2010), Darwinia hortiorum (Myrtaceae: Chamelaucieae), a new species from the Darling Range, Western Australia. Nuytsia 20
  13. Thiele, K.R. (30 July 2012), Rediscovery and reinstatement of Hibbertia leptopus (Dilleniaceae), an overlooked and apparently rare species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 22(3)
  14. Thiele, K.R. (17 September 2013), Hibbertia sericosepala (Dilleniaceae) a new species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 23
  15. Thiele, K.R. (17 September 2013), Hibbertia sp M. Lesueur (M. Hislop 174) cannot be maintained as distinct from H. crassifolia. Nuytsia 23
  16. Thiele, K.R. (27 November 2014), Hibbertia robur (Dilleniaceae), a new species from Western Australia. Nuytsia 24
  17. Thiele, K.R. (3 July 2015), Typification of Banksia benthamiana (Proteaceae). Nuytsia 25
  18. Thiele, K.R. (9 October 2015), Hibbertia paranthera (Dilleniaceae), a remarkable new species from the Prince Regent River in Western Australia. Nuytsia 25
  19. Thiele, K.R. (13 July 2017), Hibbertia striata, a new combination for a long-overlooked Western Australian species, and inclusion of H. pachyrrhiza in H. huegelii. Nuytsia 28
  20. Thiele, K.R. (8 June 2017), A revision of the Hibbertia lineata (Dilleniaceae) species group. Nuytsia 28
  21. Thiele, K.R. (17 May 2018), Two new species of Hibbertia (Dilleniaceae) from Western Australia. Nuytsia 29
  22. Thiele, K.R. (10 May 2019), A revision of the Hibbertia commutata (Dilleniaceae) species group. Australian Systematic Botany 32(1)

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