Vascular Plants

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Steudel, E.G. von (1855), Synopsis Plantarum Glumacearum 2(10) : 241-348 (Section) Steudel, E.G. von Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Calorophus sieberianus Steud.
  2. Chaetodiscus Steud.
  3. Chaetodiscus gilberti Steud.
  4. Chaetodiscus gilbertii Steud.
  5. Craspedolepis Steud.
  6. Desvauxia urvillei Steud.
  7. Devauxia urvillei Steud.
  8. Eragrostis interrupta P.Beauv.
  9. Eriocaulon lhotskyi Steud.
  10. Eriocaulon sieboldianum Siebold & Zucc. ex Steud.
  11. Eriocaulon sieboldtianum Steud.
  12. Eurostorhiza Steud.
  13. Eurostorhiza urvillei Steud.
  14. Flagellaria indica L.
  15. Juncus commutatus Steud.
  16. Juncus dioicus Steud.
  17. Juncus indescriptus Steud.
  18. Juncus x correctus Steud.
  19. Lepyrodia drummondiana Steud.
  20. Luzula australasica Steud.
  21. Onychosepalum Steud.
  22. Onychosepalum laxiflorum Steud.
  23. Prionosepalum Steud.
  24. Prionosepalum gilberti Steud.
  25. Prionosepalum gilbertii Steud.
  26. Remirea rigidissima Steud.
  27. Restio brizoides Steud.
  28. Restio confertospicatus Steud.
  29. Restio confinis Steud.
  30. Restio ornatus Steud.
  31. Restio pilisepalus Steud.
  32. Restio vacillans Steud.
  33. Xyris malaccensis Steud.
  34. Xyris oligantha Steud.

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