Vascular Plants

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Benl, G. (December 1962), Beitrag zu einer Revision der Gattung Ptilotus R.Br. (Amaranthaceae) 4. Teil. Mitteilungen der Botanischen Staatssammlung Munchen 4 : 277-284 BHL (Paper) Benl, G. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Ptilotus albidus (C.A.Gardner) Benl
  2. Ptilotus alopecuroideus var. longistachyus (W.Fitzg.) Benl
  3. Ptilotus gomphrenoides F.Muell. ex Benth.
  4. Ptilotus gomphrenoides var. conglomeratus (Farmar) Benl
  5. Ptilotus gomphrenoides F.Muell. ex Benth. var. gomphrenoides
  6. Ptilotus gomphrenoides var. roseo-albus (Farmar) Benl
  7. Ptilotus incanus (R.Br.) Poir.
  8. Ptilotus incanus var. elongatus Benl
  9. Ptilotus longistachyus W.Fitzg.
  10. Ptilotus obovatus var. lancifolius Benl
  11. Ptilotus polystachyus f. rubriflorus (J.M.Black) Benl
  12. Ptilotus polystachyus var. longistachyus (W.Fitzg.) Benl
  13. Ptilotus roei (F.Muell. ex Benth.) F.Muell.
  14. Ptilotus roseo-albus Farmar
  15. Ptilotus roseo-albus var. conglomeratus Farmar
  16. Ptilotus sewelliae F.Muell.
  17. Trichinium albidum C.A.Gardner

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