Vascular Plants

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Mueller, F.J.H. von (1855), Description of new Australian plants chiefly from the colony of Victoria. Transactions and Proceedings of the Victorian Institute for the Advancement of Science 1 : 114-135 BHL (Paper) Mueller, F.J.H. von Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Anisacantha bicuspis F.Muell.
  2. Anisacantha kentropsidea F.Muell.
  3. Anisacantha quinquecuspis F.Muell.
  4. Anisacantha tricuspis F.Muell.
  5. Astelia psychrocharis F.Muell.
  6. Asterolasia chorilaenoides F.Muell.
  7. Blitum atriplicinum F.Muell.
  8. Calotis glandulosa F.Muell.
  9. Calotis hispidula (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  10. Calotis sect. Cheiroloma (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  11. Camphoromyrtus crenulata F.Muell.
  12. Camphoromyrtus pluriflora F.Muell.
  13. Cardamine eustylis F.Muell.
  14. Cassia revoluta F.Muell.
  15. Cheiroloma F.Muell.
  16. Cheiroloma hispidulum F.Muell.
  17. Chrysocoryne sect. Bisquama F.Muell.
  18. Chrysocoryne tenella F.Muell.
  19. Daviesia egena F.Muell.
  20. Dendrophthoe Mart.
  21. Dimetopia eriocarpa F.Muell.
  22. Dimetopia DC. sect. Dimetopia
  23. Dimetopia sect. Eriosciadium F.Muell.
  24. Diodia Gronov.
  25. Diodia reptans F.Muell.
  26. Diodia sect. Eudiodia DC.
  27. Dodonaea hexandra F.Muell.
  28. Erysimum filifolium F.Muell.
  29. Erysimum nasturtium F.Muell.
  30. Erysimum trisectum F.Muell.
  31. Eutaxia sparsifolia F.Muell.
  32. Galium geminifolium F.Muell.
  33. Galium sect. Leiparinae F.Muell.
  34. Greevesia F.Muell.
  35. Greevesia cleisocalyx F.Muell.
  36. Grevillea miqueliana F.Muell.
  37. Haloragis acutangula F.Muell.
  38. Haloragis sect. Cercodia F.Muell.
  39. Haloragis J.R.Forst. & G.Forst. sect. Haloragis
  40. Howittia F.Muell.
  41. Howittia trilocularis F.Muell.
  42. Hydrocotyle geraniifolia F.Muell.
  43. Hydrocotyle pterocarpa F.Muell.
  44. Kochia oppositifolia F.Muell.
  45. Kochia sedifolia F.Muell.
  46. Kunzea ericifolia F.Muell.
  47. Kunzea peduncularis F.Muell.
  48. Kunzea pomifera F.Muell.
  49. Leptospermum brevipes F.Muell.
  50. Loranthus canus F.Muell.
  51. Loranthus sect. Dendrophthoe (Mart.) F.Muell.
  52. Notelaea venosa F.Muell.
  53. Pelonastes tillaeacea F.Muell.
  54. Polygala sect. Polygalon F.Muell.
  55. Polygala veronicea F.Muell.
  56. Pultenaea canaliculata F.Muell.
  57. Pultenaea densifolia F.Muell.
  58. Pultenaea fuscata F.Muell.
  59. Rutidosis leiolepis F.Muell.
  60. Rutidosis sect. Blepharopholis F.Muell.
  61. Rutidosis DC. sect. Rutidosis
  62. Sisymbrium filifolium (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  63. Sisymbrium nasturtioides F.Muell.
  64. Sisymbrium trisectum (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  65. Stylidium soboliferum F.Muell.
  66. Triglochin nana F.Muell.
  67. Trymalium bifidum F.Muell.
  68. Trymalium bilobatum F.Muell.
  69. Trymalium halmaturinum F.Muell.
  70. Trymalium phlebophyllum F.Muell.
  71. Trymalium spathulatum F.Muell.
  72. Trymalium subochreatum F.Muell.
  73. Verticordia sect. Euverticordia F.Muell.
  74. Verticordia DC. sect. Verticordia
  75. Verticordia wilhelmii F.Muell.
  76. Xerotes juncea F.Muell.

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