Vascular Plants

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Bayly, M.J. (1998), Notes on the Eriostemon myoporoides (Rutaceae) species complex, including new names and a new generic placement in Philotheca. Muelleria 11 (Unknown) Bayly, M.J. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Eriostemon affinis Sprague
  2. Eriostemon amplifolius F.Muell.
  3. Eriostemon cuspidatus A.Cunn.
  4. Eriostemon glasshousiensis Domin
  5. Eriostemon lancifolius F.Muell.
  6. Eriostemon myoporoides DC.
  7. Eriostemon myoporoides subsp. acutus (Blakely) Paul G.Wilson
  8. Eriostemon myoporoides subsp. conduplicatus Paul G.Wilson
  9. Eriostemon myoporoides subsp. epilosus Paul G.Wilson
  10. Eriostemon myoporoides subsp. leichhardtii (Benth.) Paul G.Wilson
  11. Eriostemon myoporoides DC. subsp. myoporoides
  12. Eriostemon myoporoides subsp. queenslandicus (C.T.White) Paul G.Wilson
  13. Eriostemon myoporoides var. acutus Blakely
  14. Eriostemon myoporoides var. minor Benth.
  15. Eriostemon neriifolius Sieber ex Spreng.
  16. Eriostemon queenslandicus C.T.White
  17. Eriostemon scaber Paxton
  18. Eriostemon trachyphyllus var. leichhardtii Benth.
  19. Philotheca myoporoides (DC.) Bayly
  20. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. acuta (Blakely) Bayly
  21. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. brevipedunculata Bayly
  22. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. conduplicata (Paul G.Wilson) Bayly
  23. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. epilosa (Paul G.Wilson) Bayly
  24. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. euroensis Bayly
  25. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. leichhardtii (Benth.) Bayly
  26. Philotheca myoporoides (DC.) Bayly subsp. myoporoides
  27. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. obovatifolia Bayly
  28. Philotheca myoporoides subsp. queenslandica (C.T.White) Bayly

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