Vascular Plants

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Rye, B.L. & Trudgen, M.E. (16 September 1998), A taxonomic revision of Dicrastylis sect. Dicrastylis (Lamiaceae subfamily Chloanthoideae). Nuytsia 12(2) : 207-228 (Paper) Rye, B.L. & Trudgen, M.E. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Dicrastylis archeri Munir
  2. Dicrastylis fulva J.Drumm. ex Harv.
  3. Dicrastylis fulva f. angustifolia Munir
  4. Dicrastylis incana Munir
  5. Dicrastylis linearifolia Munir
  6. Dicrastylis maritima Rye & Trudgen
  7. Dicrastylis micrantha Munir
  8. Dicrastylis morrisonii Munir
  9. Dicrastylis obovata Munir
  10. Dicrastylis parvifolia F.Muell.
  11. Dicrastylis rosmarinifolia Turcz.
  12. Dicrastylis J.Drumm. ex Harv. sect. Dicrastylis
  13. Dicrastylis soliparma Rye & Trudgen
  14. Dicrastylis sp. Cue (A.A.Mitchell 764) WA Herbarium
  15. Dicrastylis sp. Denham (M.Lewis 42/92) WA Herbarium
  16. Dicrastylis sp. Peron Peninsula (M.E.Trudgen 7373) WA Herbarium
  17. Dicrastylis sp. Shark Bay (J.J.Alford 1318) WA Herbarium
  18. Pityrodia myriantha F.Muell.
  19. Pityrodia sect. Xerotheca F.Muell.

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