Vascular Plants

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Steetz Name author Steetz, J. Reference author
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10 References:
  1. Steetz, J. (1847), Revisio generis Comesperma
  2. Steetz, J. (1853), Die Familie der Tremandreen
  3. Steetz, J. in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1845), Tremandreae. Plantae Preissianae 1(2)
  4. Steetz, J. in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1845), Compositae. Plantae Preissianae 1(3)
  5. Steetz, J. in Walpers, W.G. (1846), Repertorium Botanices Systematicae 6(2)
  6. Steetz, J. in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1846), Buttneriaceae. Plantae Preissianae 2(2-3)
  7. Steetz, J. (1847), Revisio generis Comesperma
  8. Steetz, J. in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1848), Tremandreae. Plantae Preissianae 2(2-3)
  9. Steetz, J. in Lehmann, J.G.C. (ed.) (1848), Polygaleae. Plantae Preissianae 2(2-3)
  10. Steetz, J. (1853), Die Familie der Tremandreen

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