Vascular Plants

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Schauer, J.C. in Walpers, W.G. (December 1843), Supplementum I: Myrtaceae Subordo Xerocarpicae. Repertorium Botanices Systematicae 2(5) (Section) Schauer, J.C. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Astartea aspera Schauer
  2. Astartea glomerulosa Schauer
  3. Astartea laricifolia Schauer
  4. Baeckea gunniana Schauer
  5. Baeckea phylicoides A.Cunn. ex Schauer
  6. Eucalyptus acmenioides Schauer
  7. Eucalyptus acmenoides Schauer
  8. Eucalyptus angulosa Schauer
  9. Eucalyptus baueriana Schauer
  10. Eucalyptus clavigera A.Cunn. ex Schauer
  11. Eucalyptus coriacea Schauer
  12. Eucalyptus dealbata A.Cunn. ex Schauer
  13. Eucalyptus dives Schauer
  14. Eucalyptus eximia Schauer
  15. Eucalyptus ferruginea Schauer
  16. Eucalyptus melliodora A.Cunn. ex Schauer
  17. Eucalyptus miniata A.Cunn. ex Schauer
  18. Eucalyptus oligantha Schauer
  19. Eucalyptus polyanthemos Schauer
  20. Eucalyptus pruinosa Schauer
  21. Eucalyptus setosa Schauer
  22. Eucalyptus subulata Schauer
  23. Harmogia baueriana Schauer
  24. Harmogia cunninghamii Schauer
  25. Harmogia propinqua Schauer
  26. Leptospermum divaricatum Schauer
  27. Leptospermum laricifolium Schauer
  28. Leptospermum pilosum Schauer
  29. Leptospermum speciosum Schauer
  30. Leptospermum splendens Schauer
  31. Melaleuca cunninghami Schauer
  32. Melaleuca cunninghamii Schauer
  33. Melaleuca gunniana Schauer
  34. Melaleuca mimosoides A.Cunn. ex Schauer
  35. Melaleuca pubescens Schauer
  36. Melaleuca saligna Schauer
  37. Melaleuca sieberi Schauer

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