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Brownsey Name author Brownsey, P.J. Reference author
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10 References:
  1. Brownsey, P.J. (1967), New Zealand Journal of Botany 15
  2. Brownsey, P.J. (1977), A taxonomic revision of the New Zealand species of Asplenium. New Zealand Journal of Botany 15
  3. Brownsey, P.J. (7 April 1983), Asplenium terrestre and two Asplenium hybrids: new fern records for Australia. Muelleria 5(3)
  4. Brownsey, P.J. (1987), A review of the fern genus Hypolepis (Dennstaedtiaceae) in the Malesian and Pacific regions. Blumea 32(2)
  5. Brownsey, P.J. (1989), The taxonomy of bracken (Pteridium: Dennstaedtiaceae) in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 2(1)
  6. Brownsey, P.J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Incertae sedis. Flora of Australia 48
  7. Brownsey, P.J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Appendix: Aspleniaceae. Flora of Australia 48
  8. Brownsey, P.J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Aspleniaceae. Flora of Australia 48
  9. Brownsey, P.J. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Dennstaedtiaceae. Flora of Australia 48
  10. Brownsey, P.J. (1999), A new combination in Asplenium. New Zealand Journal of Botany 37

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