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P.S.Green Name author Green, P.S. Reference author
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28 References:
  1. Green, P.S. (May 1988), (914) Proposal to conserve the name Fraxinus angustifolia Vahl against F. rotundifolia Mill. (Oleaceae). Taxon 37
  2. Green, P.S. (1856), Monographie de la famille des Urticacees
  3. Green, P.S. in Taylor, G. (ed.) (1967), Botanical Magazine 176
  4. Green, P.S. (1968), Revision of the genus Notelaea (Oleaceae). Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 49
  5. Green, P.S. (1969), Correa decumbens. Curtis's Botanical Magazine 177(1)
  6. Green, P.S. (1969), Notes on Melanesian plants: 1. Kew Bulletin 23(2)
  7. Green, P.S. (1970), Notes relating to the floras of Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands, I. Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 51(2)
  8. Green, P.S. (1972), Passiflora in Australasia and the Pacific. Kew Bulletin 26(3)
  9. Green, P.S. (1984), Studies in the genus Jasminum VII: Jasminum laurifolium as a cultivated plant. Kew Bulletin 39(3)
  10. Green, P.S. (1984), Notelaea microcarpa (Oleaceae) also from the Northern Territory. Kew Bulletin 39(3)
  11. Green, P.S. in Holttum, R.E. (1984), A Revision of Jasminum in Australia. Allertonia 3(6)
  12. Green, P.S. (1985), Fraxinus rotundifolia Mill., F. parvifolia Lam. or F. angustifolia Vahl?. Kew Bulletin 40(1)
  13. Green, P.S. (1986), New combinations in Baloghia and Codiaeum (Euphorbiaceae). Kew Bulletin 41(4)
  14. Green, P.S. (1986), Notes relating to the floras of Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands, II. Journal of the Arnold Arboretum 67(1)
  15. Green, P.S. (1986), The Plantsman
  16. Green, P.S. (1988), Notes relating to Australian ferns, especially from Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands. Kew Bulletin 43(4)
  17. Green, P.S. (September 1988), The Orchids of Norfolk Island. The Orchadian 8
  18. Green, P.S. (1990), Notes relating to the floras of Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands, III. Kew Bulletin 45(2)
  19. Green, P.S. (1992), Jasminum oblongum belongs in Gymnanthera (Asclepiadaceae). Studies in the genus Jasminum (Oleaceae): XIII. Kew Bulletin 47(2)
  20. Green, P.S. (1993), Plantaginaceae. Flora of Australia 50
  21. Green, P.S. (1993), Notes relating to the floras of Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands, IV. Kew Bulletin 48(2)
  22. Green, P.S. (1993), Oleaceae. Flora of Australia 50
  23. Green, P.S. (1993), Two new combinations in Crepidomanes and one in Cephalomanes (Hymenophyllaceae). Kew Bulletin 48(3)
  24. Green, P.S. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (1994), Athyriaceae. Flora of Australia
  25. Green, P.S. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (1994), Norfolk Island & Lord Howe Island. Flora of Australia 49
  26. Green, P.S. (1995), New species and combinations in Jasminum, especially from Thailand: Studies in the genus Jasminum (Oleaceae): XIV. Kew Bulletin 50(3)
  27. Green, P.S. (2003), Synopsis of the Oleaceae from the Indian Sub-Continent. Kew Bulletin 58
  28. Green, P.S. in Kubitzki, K. (ed.) (2004), Oleaceae. The Families and Genera of Vascular Plants 7

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