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Molyneux & Forrester Name author Molyneux, W.M. & Forrester, S.G. Reference author
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5 References:
  1. Molyneux, W.M. & Forrester, S.G. (29 June 2007), Banksia croajingolensis (Proteaceae) a new species from East Gippsland, Victoria. Telopea 11(4)
  2. Molyneux, W.M. & Forrester, S.G. (15 January 2008), Three new Acacia species (Fabaceae: Mimosoideae) from East Gippsland, Victoria. Muelleria 26(1)
  3. Molyneux, W.M. & Forrester, S.G. (28 July 2009), A new Hakea species Proteaceae: Grevilleoideae) from East Gippsland, Victoria. Muelleria 27(2)
  4. Molyneux, W.M. & Forrester, S.G. (2013), A new mallee species Eucalyptus phoenix (Myrtaceae) from Brumby Point, East Gippsland, Victoria. Muelleria 31
  5. Molyneux, W.M. & Forrester, S.G. (16 November 2015), A new species Grevillea burrowa (Proteaceae) from the Burrowa-Pine Mountain National Park, North Eastern Victoria. Muelleria 34

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