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Stylidiaceae

Stylidiaceae R. Br., Prodr.: 565 (1810), nom. cons. Donatiaceae B. Chandler (1911)
  • R. C. Carolin
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Part of the The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants book series (FAMILIES GENERA, volume 8)

Keywords

Corolla Tube Cambial Activity Glandular Hair Corolla Lobe Cushion Plant 
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  • R. C. Carolin
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  1. 1.Pulman’s CottageBerryAustralia

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