near Bolgart, Western Australia
F.Muell. ex Benth.
Chamaescilla is a genus of Australian herbs in the Lomandra subfamily within the asparagus family, They have grass-like basal leaves and tuberous roots. The flowers have 6 petals (each with three nerves) and 6 stamens. The seed capsules contain black, glossy seeds.
- Chamaescilla corymbosa (R.Br.) Benth. (Blue Stars, Blue Squill or Mudrurt) - Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania.
- Chamaescilla gibsonii Keighery - Western Australia
- Chamaescilla spiralis (Endl.) Benth., which has curled basal leaves. - Western Australia
- formerly included
- Chamaescilla dyeri - synonym of Arthropodium dyeri
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- Atlas of Living Australia, genus Chamaescilla
- Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
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- "Wildflowers of the British Isles". Retrieved 2008-09-06.
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