Vascular Plants

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Pultenaea linophylla Schrad. & J.C.Wendl., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
de Kok, R.P.J. & West, J.G. (29 June 2004), A revision of the genus Pultenaea (Fabaceae) 3. The eastern species with recurved leaves. Australian Systematic Botany 17(3): 296-297, Fig. 9 (map) [secondary reference]
nomenclatural synonym: Pultenaea linophylla Schrad. & J.C.Wendl. var. linophylla legitimate nomenclatural synonym: Pultenaea retusa var. linophylla (Schrad. & J.C.Wendl.) Benth. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Pultenaea bracteata Schrad. & J.C.Wendl. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Pultenaea glaucescens DC. nom. inval., pro syn. taxonomic synonym: Pultenaea linophylla var. amoena Sieber ex DC. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Pultenaea amoena Sieber ex Steud. nom. inval., nom. nud. taxonomic synonym: Pultenaea amoena Sieber ex N.A.Wakef. legitimate taxonomic synonym: Pultenaea sp. C [n/a] common name: Halo bush-pea [n/a]

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Pultenaea linophylla Schrad. & J.C.Wendl.

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