Vascular Plants

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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 : 63-70 (Paper) Thiele, K.R. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Cryptandra leucophracta Schltdl.
  2. Cryptandra sect. Solenandra (Reissek) T.Post & Kuntze
  3. Cryptandra sect. Stenanthemum (Reissek) Suess.
  4. Cryptandra subg. Solenandra Reissek
  5. Solenandra (Reissek) Kuntze
  6. Solenandra leucophracta (Schltdl.) Kuntze
  7. Spyridium leucophractum (Schltdl.) F.Muell.
  8. Spyridium sect. Stenanthemum (Reissek) F.Muell.
  9. Stenanthemum Reissek
  10. Stenanthemum A83203 Palm Valley
  11. Stenanthemum arens K.R.Thiele
  12. Stenanthemum argenteum A.R.Bean
  13. Stenanthemum centrale K.R.Thiele
  14. Stenanthemum leucophractum (Schltdl.) Reissek
  15. Stenanthemum notiale Rye subsp. notiale
  16. Stenanthemum petraeum Rye
  17. Stenanthemum sp. Gawler Ranges (J.Carrick 2457) K.R.Thiele
  18. Stenanthemum sp. Palm Valley (P.K.Latz 10086)

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