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Carlquist Name author Carlquist, S. Reference author
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12 References:
  1. Carlquist, S. (1969), Aliso 7
  2. Carlquist, S. (1969), Studies in Stylidiaceae: new taxa, field observations, evolutionary tendencies. Aliso 7
  3. Carlquist, S. (1969), Aliso 7
  4. Carlquist, S. (1976), Alexgeorgea, a bizarre new genus of Restionaceae from Western Australia. Australian Journal of Botany 24(2)
  5. Carlquist, S. (1976), New species of Stylidium, and notes on Stylidiaceae from Southwestern Australai. Aliso 8
  6. Carlquist, S. (1978), New species of Stylidium, with comments on evolutionary patterns in tropical Stylidiaceae. Aliso 9
  7. Carlquist, S. (1979), Stylidium in Arnhem Land: new species, modes of speciation on the sandstone plateau, and comments on floral mimicry. Aliso 9
  8. Carlquist, S. in Holttum, R.E. (1980), Anatomy and systematics of Balanopaceae. Allertonia 2(3)
  9. Carlquist, S. (1981), Studies in Stylidiaceae: monocotyly in the family; nomenclatural change. Aliso 10
  10. Carlquist, S. (29 April 1986), Nomenclatural note. Aliso 11(2)
  11. Carlquist, S. (1987), Wood Anatomy and relationships of Stackhousiaceae. Botanische Jahrbücher für Systematik, Pflanzengeschichte und Pflanzengeographie 108
  12. Carlquist, S. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1989), Balanopaceae. Flora of Australia 3

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