The genus name honours Antoine Guichenot, gardener's boy on the 1801–1803 French scientific voyage to Australia under Nicolas Baudin. Guichenot was poorly educated, with poor literacy skills and little knowledge of plants, yet worked extremely hard, collecting more plant specimens than the officially appointed botanist, Jean Baptiste Leschenault de la Tour, and, despite his poor literacy, labelling them with much more useful annotations.
- Guichenotia alba Keighery
- Guichenotia angustifolia (Turcz.) Druce
- Guichenotia apetala A.S.George
- Guichenotia asteriskos C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia astropletha C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia basivirida C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia glandulosa C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia impudica C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia intermedia C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia ledifolia J.Gay
- Guichenotia macrantha Turcz. - Large-flowered Guichenotia
- Guichenotia micrantha (Steetz) Benth. - Small-flowered Guichenotia
- Guichenotia quasicalva C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia sarotes Benth.
- Guichenotia seorsiflora C.F.Wilkins
- Guichenotia tuberculata C.F.Wilkins
- Australian Plant Name Index (APNI): Guichenotia
- FloraBase - the Western Australian flora: Guichenotia
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