Vascular Plants

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A.M.Buchanan Name author Buchanan, A.M. Reference author
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12 References:
  1. Buchanan, A.M. (ed.) (1995-), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania
  2. Buchanan, A.M. (1987), Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 121
  3. Buchanan, A.M. in Buchanan, A.M. (ed.) (1995), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania Edn. 2
  4. Buchanan, A.M. in Buchanan, A.M. (ed.) (1999), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania Edn. 3
  5. Buchanan, A.M. (1999), Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania 133(1)
  6. Buchanan, A.M. in Buchanan, A.M. (ed.) (2004), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania
  7. Buchanan, A.M. (16 November 2004), A new species of Xerochrysum (Gnaphalieae: Asteraceae) from western Tasmania, Australia. Muelleria 20
  8. Buchanan, A.M. (2005), Personal Communication
  9. Buchanan, A.M. in Buchanan, A.M. (ed.) (2005), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania Edn. 4
  10. Buchanan, A.M. (2006), Personal Communication
  11. Buchanan, A.M. in Buchanan, A.M. (ed.) (2007), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania
  12. Buchanan, A.M. in Buchanan, A.M. (ed.) (2009), A Census of the Vascular Plants of Tasmania

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