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Foreman, D.B. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1995), Isopogon. Flora of Australia 16 (Section) Foreman, D.B. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Atylus Salisb.
  2. Atylus adenanthoides (Meisn.) Kuntze
  3. Atylus anemonifolius (Salisb.) Kuntze
  4. Atylus anethifolius (Salisb.) Kuntze
  5. Atylus asper (R.Br.) Kuntze
  6. Atylus attenuatus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  7. Atylus axillaris (R.Br.) Kuntze
  8. Atylus baxteri (R.Br.) Kuntze
  9. Atylus buxifolius (R.Br.) Kuntze
  10. Atylus ceratophyllus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  11. Atylus crithmifolius (F.Muell.) Kuntze
  12. Atylus cuneatus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  13. Atylus divergens (R.Br.) Kuntze
  14. Atylus drummondii Kuntze
  15. Atylus formosus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  16. Atylus heterophyllus (Meisn.) Kuntze
  17. Atylus latifolius (R.Br.) Kuntze
  18. Atylus linearis (Meisn.) Kuntze
  19. Atylus longifolius (R.Br.) Kuntze
  20. Atylus petiolaris (R.Br.) Kuntze
  21. Atylus polycephalus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  22. Atylus roseus (Lindl.) Kuntze
  23. Atylus scabriusculus (Meisn.) Kuntze
  24. Atylus sect. Isopogon Kuntze
  25. Atylus sphaerocephalus (Lindl.) Kuntze
  26. Atylus teretifolius (R.Br.) Kuntze
  27. Atylus tridens (Meisn.) Kuntze
  28. Atylus trilobus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  29. Atylus uncinatus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  30. Atylus villosus (Meisn.) Kuntze
  31. Barrel Coneflower
  32. Dryandra petrophiloides C.A.Gardner
  33. Isopogon R.Br. ex Knight
  34. Isopogon adenanthoides Meisn.
  35. Isopogon alcicornis Diels
  36. Isopogon anemonifolius (Salisb.) Knight
  37. Isopogon anemonifolius f. simplicifolia Cheel
  38. Isopogon anemonifolius var. ceratophylloides Cheel
  39. Isopogon anemonifolius var. glaber R.Br.
  40. Isopogon anemonifolius var. pubescens R.Br.
  41. Isopogon anemonifolius var. pubiflorus Benth.
  42. Isopogon anemonifolius var. tenuifolius F.Muell. ex Benth.
  43. Isopogon anethifolius (Salisb.) Knight
  44. Isopogon asper R.Br.
  45. Isopogon attenuatus R.Br.
  46. Isopogon attenuatus var. angustatus Meisn.
  47. Isopogon attenuatus var. dilatatus Meisn.
  48. Isopogon attenuatus var. latebracteata Benth.
  49. Isopogon axillaris R.Br.
  50. Isopogon baxteri R.Br.
  51. Isopogon buxifolius R.Br.
  52. Isopogon buxifolius R.Br. var. buxifolius
  53. Isopogon buxifolius var. linearis (R.Br.) Benth.
  54. Isopogon buxifolius var. obovatus (R.Br.) Benth.
  55. Isopogon buxifolius var. spathulatus Benth.
  56. Isopogon buxifolius var. typicus Benth.
  57. Isopogon ceratophyllus R.Br.
  58. Isopogon ceratophyllus var. mitchellii Meisn.
  59. Isopogon confertus Gand.
  60. Isopogon corniger Lindl.
  61. Isopogon cornu-damae Gand.
  62. Isopogon crithmifolius F.Muell.
  63. Isopogon cuneatus R.Br.
  64. Isopogon dawsonii F.Muell. ex R.T.Baker
  65. Isopogon divaricatus Roem. & Schult.
  66. Isopogon divergens R.Br.
  67. Isopogon diversifolius Ettingsh.
  68. Isopogon drummondii Hügel ex Jacques
  69. Isopogon drummondii Benth.
  70. Isopogon dubius (R.Br.) Druce
  71. Isopogon eriocladus Gand.
  72. Isopogon eriophorus Gand.
  73. Isopogon eugelii Jacques
  74. Isopogon fletcheri F.Muell.
  75. Isopogon formosus R.Br.
  76. Isopogon formosus subsp. dasylepis (Meisn.) Foreman
  77. Isopogon formosus R.Br. subsp. formosus
  78. Isopogon formosus var. dasylepis Meisn.
  79. Isopogon formosus var. eriolepis Meisn.
  80. Isopogon gardneri Foreman
  81. Isopogon globosus Gand.
  82. Isopogon heterophyllus Meisn.
  83. Isopogon inconspicuus (Meisn.) Foreman
  84. Isopogon lanceolatus (Meisn.) B.D.Jacks.
  85. Isopogon latifolius R.Br.
  86. Isopogon latifolius var. lanceolatus Meisn.
  87. Isopogon latifolius var. preissii Meisn.
  88. Isopogon linearis Meisn.
  89. Isopogon longifolius R.Br.
  90. Isopogon loudonii R.Br.
  91. Isopogon mnoraifolius McGill.
  92. Isopogon occidentalis D.A.Herb.
  93. Isopogon ovoideus Gand.
  94. Isopogon pedunculatus R.Br.
  95. Isopogon petiolaris R.Br.
  96. Isopogon petrophiloides R.Br.
  97. Isopogon polycephalus R.Br.
  98. Isopogon propinquus Sweet
  99. Isopogon prostratus McGill.
  100. Isopogon protea Meisn.
  101. Isopogon roseus Lindl.
  102. Isopogon scaber Lindl.
  103. Isopogon scaberulus Gand.
  104. Isopogon scabriusculus Meisn.
  105. Isopogon scabriusculus subsp. pubifloris Foreman
  106. Isopogon scabriusculus Meisn. subsp. scabriusculus
  107. Isopogon scabriusculus subsp. stenophyllus Foreman
  108. Isopogon sp.
  109. Isopogon sp. A
  110. Isopogon spathulatus R.Br.
  111. Isopogon spathulatus var. linearis R.Br.
  112. Isopogon spathulatus var. obovatus R.Br.
  113. Isopogon sphaerocephalus Lindl.
  114. Isopogon teretifolius R.Br.
  115. Isopogon teretifolius subsp. petrophiloides (R.Br.) Foreman
  116. Isopogon teretifolius R.Br. subsp. teretifolius
  117. Isopogon teretifolius var. corniger (Lindl.) Meisn.
  118. Isopogon tridactylidis (Cav.) Roem. & Schult.
  119. Isopogon tridens (Meisn.) F.Muell.
  120. Isopogon trilobus R.Br.
  121. Isopogon trilobus var. tridens Meisn.
  122. Isopogon tripartitus R.Br.
  123. Isopogon tripartitus var. plurilobus Domin
  124. Isopogon uncinatus R.Br.
  125. Isopogon villosus Meisn.
  126. Isopogon virgulatus Gand.
  127. Narrowleaf Drumsticks
  128. Nepean Conebush
  129. Nodding Coneflower
  130. Petrophile dubia R.Br.
  131. Petrophile inconspicua Meisn.
  132. Petrophile sp. nova (Tarin Rock)
  133. Pincushion Coneflower
  134. Protea anemonifolia Salisb.
  135. Protea anethifolia Salisb.
  136. Protea tridactylides Cav.
  137. Rose Coneflower
  138. Spider Coneflower
  139. Spreading Coneflower
  140. Stirling Range Coneflower

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