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Synonyms.

— O. glauca, Nouvelle Hollande (intériéur de la Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, entre 24° et 28°) ; côté méridionale (Golfe Spencer), entre 32° et 35°; ex Mirb. Mem. Mus. Par. xiii, 74 (1825); C. Preissii, Miq. in Lehm. Preiss. i, 643 (1844-5) ; F. robusta, A. Cunn. ex Mirb. loc. cit. ; F. glauca ex Mirb. loc. cit. ; F. canescens, Parlat, S.W. Australia (Roe); Swan River (Drummond, Nov., 1843), li prope Salt Lake ad Tungetta legit Princeps Carolus Gulielmus in Herb. Vindob. sub nomine Callitris Preissii." — Parlat in D.C. Prod. xvi (2), 449.)

I have not seen types of these two species which are referred to robusta.

F. Moorii (O. columellaris). An Frenela glauca, Mirb. (Callitris glauca, R.Br.) huic referenda? — (Parlat) in DC. Prod., xvi (2), 449.

I have seen a specimen doubtfully referred to this species. It is "Murrumbidgee Pine" (O. robusta).

C. robusta is figured in Mueller's Key to Victorian Plants, Fig. ii, as verrucosa. Bentham, while lie combined the species, called them robusta. I think I have fairly shown that robusta and verrucosa should be kept apart.

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