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  1. variety: Helicteres semiglabra var. procumbens (Benth.) F.M.Bailey (accepted name: Helicteres procumbens)

  2. Record a sighting
  3. Homotypic Synonym
  4. variety: Helicteres semiglabra (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex F.M.Bailey var. semiglabra (accepted name: Helicteres semiglabra)

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  6. Homotypic Synonym
  7. variety: Helicteres dentata F.Muell. ex Benth. var. dentata (accepted name: Helicteres integrifolia subsp. dentata (F.Muell. ex Benth.) Cowie)

  8. Record a sighting
  9. Homotypic Synonym
  10. Data resource: Gully prevention and remediation over 11,000 ha on Normanby River, Kings Plains

    The Project aims to prevent new gully formation and to encourage stabilisation and remediation of existing active gully systems over an area of approximately 40,000 ha along the Normanby River including 11,000 ha of highly erodible deep alluvial terraces. These terraces already have over 850 ha of active gullies. Stock exclusion fencing will be constructed or repaired across all access points and all domestic and feral stock permanently removed from this area...

  11. Data provider: Gully prevention and remediation over 11,000 ha on Normanby River, Kings Plains

    The Project aims to prevent new gully formation and to encourage stabilisation and remediation of existing active gully systems over an area of approximately 40,000 ha along the Normanby River including 11,000 ha of highly erodible deep alluvial terraces. These terraces already have over 850 ha of active gullies. Stock exclusion fencing will be constructed or repaired across all access points and all domestic and feral stock permanently removed from this area...

  12. unranked: Helicteres integrifolia subsp. St Vidgeons

  13. unranked: Helicteres sp. Beverley Springs (R.L. Barrett RLB 750)

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