Templetonia is a genus of flowering plants in the family Fabaceae. They are native to Australia. The genus is named in honour of John Templeton, an Irish naturalist and botanist.
- Templetonia battii
- Templetonia biloba
- Templetonia drummondii
- Templetonia egena - Round Templetonia
- Templetonia hookeri
- Templetonia incana
- Templetonia neglecta
- Templetonia retusa - Cockies Tongues
- Templetonia stenophylla - Leafy Templetonia
- Templetonia smithiana
- Templetonia sulcata - Centipede Bush
The Genus Templetonia is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Species: ZipcodeZoo has pages for 16 species, subspecies, varieties, forms, and cultivars in the Genus Templetonia: T. aculeata · T. battii · T. biloba · T. drummondii · T. egena (Desert Broombush) · T. glauca · T. hookeri · T. incana · T. muelleri · T. neglecta · T. regina · T. retusa (Cockies´-Tongue) · T. retusa var. angustifolia · T. smithiana · T. stenophylla · T. sulcata
- International Legume Database & Information Service: Templetonia
- FloraBase - the Western Australian Flora:Templetonia
- PlantNET - New South Wales Flora online: Templetonia
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