Vascular Plants

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Lazarides, M. (24 October 1984), New taxa of tropical Australian grasses (Poaceae). Nuytsia 5(2) : 273-303 (Paper) Lazarides, M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Arthragrostis Lazarides
  2. Arthragrostis deschampsioides (Domin) Lazarides
  3. Chloris scariosa F.Muell.
  4. Heteropholis C.E.Hubb.
  5. Heteropholis annua Lazarides
  6. Micraira F.Muell.
  7. Micraira dunlopii Lazarides
  8. Micraira inserta Lazarides
  9. Micraira multinervia Lazarides
  10. Micraira spiciforma Lazarides
  11. Micraira viscidula Lazarides
  12. Oxychloris Lazarides
  13. Oxychloris scariosa (F.Muell.) Lazarides
  14. Panicum deschampsioides Domin
  15. Plectrachne Henrard
  16. Plectrachne aristiglumis Lazarides
  17. Plectrachne bynoei C.E.Hubb.
  18. Plectrachne contorta Lazarides
  19. Plectrachne mollis Lazarides
  20. Plectrachne uniaristata Lazarides
  21. Symplectrodia Lazarides
  22. Symplectrodia gracilis Lazarides
  23. Symplectrodia lanosa Lazarides

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