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Aston Name author Aston, H.I. Reference author
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39 names
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32 References:
  1. Aston, H.I. (1977), Supplement to Aquatic Plants of Australia
  2. Aston, H.I. in Jessop, J.P. (ed.) (1981), Menyanthaceae. Flora of Central Australia
  3. Aston, H.I. (1973), Aquatic Plants of Australia
  4. Aston, H.I. (1967), Aquatic Angiosperms: records of four introduced species new to Victoria. Muelleria 1(3)
  5. Aston, H.I. (25 February 1969), The genus Villarsia (Menyanthaceae) in Australia. Muelleria 2(1)
  6. Aston, H.I. (1973), Aquatic Plants of Australia
  7. Aston, H.I. (15 December 1976), Hypecoum pendulum L. (Papaveraceae) in Australia - a new introduction. Muelleria 3(3)
  8. Aston, H.I. (1977), Supplement to Aquatic Plants of Australia
  9. Aston, H.I. (28 September 1977), The species of Paronychia (Caryophyllaceae) naturalized in Victoria. Muelleria 3(4)
  10. Aston, H.I. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1982), Aldrovanda. Flora of Australia 8
  11. Aston, H.I. (22 March 1982), New Australian species of Nymphoides Seguier (Menyanthaceae). Muelleria 5(1)
  12. Aston, H.I. (1982), New Victorian records: Soliva (Compositae). The Victorian Naturalist 99
  13. Aston, H.I. (5 April 1984), Nymphoides triangularis and N. elliptica (Menyanthaceae): two new Australian species. Muelleria 5(4)
  14. Aston, H.I. (29 May 1985), Monochoria cyanea and M. australasica (Pontederiaceae) in Australia. Muelleria 6(1&2)
  15. Aston, H.I. (14 May 1986), Nymphoides disperma (Menyanthaceae): a new Australian species. Muelleria 6(3&4)
  16. Aston, H.I. in Stanley, T.D. & Ross, E.M. (1986), Menyanthaceae. Flora of South-eastern Queensland 2
  17. Aston, H.I. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1987), Sparganiaceae. Flora of Australia 45
  18. Aston, H.I. (1 April 1987), Nymphoides beaglensis (Menyanthaceae): a new Australian species. Muelleria 6(5)
  19. Aston, H.I. (1987), Limnophyton australiense sp. nov. (Alismataceae): a new generic record for Australia. Muelleria 6(5)
  20. Aston, H.I. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1987), Pontederiaceae. Flora of Australia 45
  21. Aston, H.I. (12 April 1989), Valid publication of names Torrenticola and T. queenslandica (Podostemaceae). Muelleria 7(1)
  22. Aston, H.I. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1990), Podostemaceae. Flora of Australia 18
  23. Aston, H.I. in Wheeler, J.R. (ed.) (1992), Menyanthaceae. Flora of the Kimberley Region
  24. Aston, H.I. (24 May 1993), New Australian species of Triglochin L. (Juncaginaceae) formerly included in T. procerum R.Br. Muelleria 8(1)
  25. Aston, H.I. (31 May 1995), A revision of tuberous-rooted species of Triglochin L. (Juncaginaceae) in Australia. Muelleria 8(3)
  26. Aston, H.I. (28 April 1997), Nymphoides spinulosperma (Menyanthaceae): a new species from south-eastern Australia. Muelleria 10
  27. Aston, H.I. in Walsh, N.G. & Entwisle, T.J. (ed.) (1999), Menyanthaceae. Flora of Victoria 4
  28. Aston, H.I. (24 January 2000), Triglochin protuberans, (Juncaginaceae): A new species from Western Australia. Muelleria 12(2)
  29. Aston, H.I. (20 December 2002), Nymphoides simulans (Menyanthaceae): a new species from northern Australia. Muelleria 16
  30. Aston, H.I. (1 July 2008), Notes on some Australian Triglochin (Juncaginaceae) annuals: typification and nomenclature. Muelleria 26(2)
  31. Aston, H.I. (28 July 2009), Notes on Australian taxa of Nymphoides (Menyanthaceae): typification and nomenclature. Muelleria 27(2)
  32. Aston, H.I. in Wilson, A.J.G. (ed.) (2011), Juncaginaceae. Flora of Australia 39

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