Vascular Plants

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Wight & Arn. Name author Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. Reference author
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10 References:
  1. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (1833-1837), Catalogue of Indian Plants
  2. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (ed.) (10 Oct. 1834), Prodromus Florae Peninsulae Indiae Orientalis
  3. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (1833), Catalogue of Indian Plants 1
  4. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (1833), Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal
  5. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. in Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (ed.) (1834), Prodromus Florae Peninsulae Indiae Orientalis 1
  6. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. in Wight, R. (1834), Contributions to the Botany of India
  7. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. in Arnott, G.A.W. (1836), Pugillus Plantarum Indiae Orientalis
  8. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (1839), Descriptions of Some New or Rare Indian Plants. Annals of Natural History 3
  9. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (1839), Descriptions of Some New or Rare Indian Plants. Annals of Natural History 3
  10. Wight, R. & Arnott, G.A.W. (1907), Annuario del Reale Istituto Botanico di Roma 8

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