Skip to main content

Displaying records 1–20 of 87
Search again

Asteraceae Bercht. & J.Presl
Prir.Rostlin 254 (1820)
Olearia Moench
Suppl.Meth. p254 (1802)
Olearia pimeleoides (DC.) Benth.
Pimelea Daisybush Fl.Austral. 3:479 (1867)
Thymelaeaceae Juss.
Fam.Pl. 2:278 (1763)
Pimelea Gaertn.
Fruct.Sem.Pl. 1:186 (1788)
Pimelea aeruginosa F.Muell.
Fragm. 7:2 (1869)
Pimelea ammocharis F.Muell.
Hooker's J.Bot.Kew Gard.Misc. 9:24 (1857)
Pimelea angustifolia R.Br.
Narrow-leaved Pimelea Prodr. 360 (1810)
Pimelea argentea R.Br.
Silvery Leaved Pimelea Prodr. 362 (1810)
Pimelea avonensis Rye
Nuytsia 6:239-240,Fig.54 (1988)
Pimelea brachyphylla Benth.
Fl.Austral. 6:11 (1873)
Pimelea brevifolia R.Br.
Prodr. 359 (1810)
Pimelea brevifolia R.Br. subsp. brevifolia
Pimelea brevifolia subsp. modesta (Meisn.) Rye
Nuytsia 6:258 (1988)
Pimelea brevistyla Rye
Nuytsia 5:1-4,Fig.1 (1984)
Pimelea brevistyla Rye subsp. brevistyla
Pimelea brevistyla subsp. minor Rye
Nuytsia 6:242-244,Fig.59 (1988)
Pimelea calcicola Rye
Coastal Banjine Nuytsia 5:4-6, Fig. 2 (1984)
Pimelea ciliata Rye
White Banjine Nuytsia 5:6-9 (1984)
Pimelea ciliata Rye subsp. ciliata
Pimelea ciliata subsp. longituba Rye
Nuytsia 6:246-247 (1988)
Pimelea clavata Labill.
Nov.Holl.Pl. 1:11 (1805)
Pimelea concreta F.Muell.
Fragm. 5:73-74 (1865)

Search again What are these icons?


A taxon name that is no longer current will retain its ‘Threatened’, ‘Extinct’, or ‘Extinct in the Wild’ status until a new name has been published in a Biodiversity Conservation Order.