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Lamiaceae Martinov
Tekhno-Bot.Slovar 355 (1820)
Hemiandra R.Br.
Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 502 (1810)
Hemiandra australis B.J.Conn ms
Hemiandra bellairsiana B.J.Conn ms
Hemiandra coccinea O.H.Sarg.
J.Bot. 65:175 (1927)
Hemiandra gardneri O.H.Sarg.
Red Snakebush J.Bot. 65:175 (1927)
Hemiandra glabra Benth.
Enum.Pl. 79 (1837)
Hemiandra glabra subsp. chimaera B.J.Conn & Tozer ms
Hemiandra glabra Benth. subsp. glabra ms
Hemiandra hancocksiana B.J.Conn ms
Hemiandra incana Bartl.
Pl.Preiss. 1:357 (1845)
Hemiandra leiantha Benth.
Fl.Austral. 5:110 (1870)
Hemiandra linearis Benth.
Speckled Snakebush Enum.Pl. 79 (1837)
Hemiandra pungens R.Br.
Snakebush Prodr.Fl.Nov.Holland. 502 (1810)
Hemiandra pungens var. glabra (Benth.) Ostenf.
Biol.Meddel.Kongel.Danske Vidensk.Selsk. 3/2:111 (1921)
Hemiandra pungens var. linearis (Benth.) Ostenf.
Hemiandra pungens R.Br. var. pungens
Hemiandra rubriflora O.H.Sarg.
J.Bot. 65:175 (1927)
Hemiandra rutilans O.H.Sarg.
Colourful Snakebush J.Bot. 65:175 (1927)
Hemiandra sp. Dowerin
Hemiandra sp. Eneabba (H. Demarz 3687)

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