Vascular Plants

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Whibley Name author Whibley, D.J.E. Reference author
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9 References:
  1. Whibley, D.J.E. (1980), Acacias of South Australia
  2. Whibley, D.J.E. in Jessop, J.P. & Toelken, H.R. (ed.) (1986), Mimosoideae. Flora of South Australia Edn. 4, II
  3. Whibley, D.J.E. in Jessop, J.P. (ed.) (1981), Mimosaceae (Neptunia, Prosopis). Flora of Central Australia
  4. Whibley, D.J.E. in Walby, B.J. (ed.) (1976), Acacia araneosa (Fabaceae subfam. Mimosoideae), a new species from South Australia. Contributions from the Herbarium Australiense 14
  5. Whibley, D.J.E. (13 May 1980), Acacia symonii, a new species from the north-western region of South Australia. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 2(2)
  6. Whibley, D.J.E. (1980), Acacias of South Australia
  7. Whibley, D.J.E. (27 March 1985), Plant Portraits. 14. Acacia glandulicarpa R.M.Reader (Leguminosae-Mimosoideae). Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 7(2)
  8. Whibley, D.J.E. (15 July 1985), Plant Portraits. 17. Acacia araneosa Whibley (Leguminosae). Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 7(3)
  9. Whibley, D.J.E. in Jessop, J.P. & Toelken, H.R. (ed.) (1986), Flora of South Australia Edn. 4, 2

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