Vascular Plants

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Melilotus indicus (L.) All., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Cunningham, G.M., Mulham, W.E., Milthorpe, P.L. & Leigh, J.H. (1981), Plants of Western New South Wales: 406 [secondary reference]
common name: King Island Clover [n/a] common name: Californian Lucerne [n/a] common name: King Island Melilot [n/a] common name: Common Melilot [n/a] common name: Sweet Melilot [n/a] common name: Bokhara Clover [n/a] common name: Small Melilot [n/a] common name: Indian Clover [n/a] common name: Melilotus Senji [n/a] common name: Sour Clover [n/a] common name: Annual Yellow Sweetclover [n/a] common name: Hexham Scent [n/a]

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Melilotus indicus (L.) All.

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