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Rhamnaceae Juss.
Gen.Pl. [Jussieu] 376 (1789)
Stenanthemum Reissek
Linnaea 29:295 (1858)
Stenanthemum bilobum Rye
Nuytsia 10:281-282, Fig. 7A-E (1995)
Stenanthemum bremerense Rye
Nuytsia 16:374-375 (2007)
Stenanthemum complicatum (F.Muell.) Rye
Nuytsia 10:282 (1995)
Stenanthemum coronatum (Reissek) Reissek
Linnaea 29:295 (1858)
Stenanthemum cristatum Rye
Nuytsia 10:284, Fig. 7F-K (1995)
Stenanthemum dielsii Rye ms
Stenanthemum divaricatum (Benth.) Rye
Nuytsia 10:284 (1995)
Stenanthemum emarginatum Rye
Nuytsia 10:286-287, Fig. 9A-F (1995)
Stenanthemum gracilipes Diels
Bot.Jahrb.Syst. 35:356 (1904)
Stenanthemum grandiflorum (C.A.Gardner) Rye ms
Stenanthemum humile Benth.
Fl.Austral. 1:436 (1863)
Stenanthemum intricatum Rye
Nuytsia 10:287-289, Fig. 9G-N (1995)
Stenanthemum intropubens Rye ms
Stenanthemum liberum Rye
Nuytsia 13:502-503, Fig. 4A-E (2001)
Stenanthemum limitatum Rye
Nuytsia 10:289-290, Fig. 8D-I (1995)
Stenanthemum mediale Rye
Nuytsia 10:290-291, Fig. 10A-E (1995)
Stenanthemum nanum Rye
Nuytsia 10:291-293, Fig. 8J-M (1995)
Stenanthemum newbeyi Rye
Nuytsia 10:293-294, Fig. 11A-C (1995)
Stenanthemum notiale Rye
Nuytsia 10:294-298,Fig.9S (1995)

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