Vascular Plants

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Pedley, L. (1972), A revision of Acacia lycopodiifolia A. Cunn. ex Hook. and its Allies. Contributions from the Queensland Herbarium 11 (Paper) Pedley, L. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia Mill.
  2. Acacia adoxa Pedley
  3. Acacia adoxa Pedley var. adoxa
  4. Acacia adoxa var. subglabra Pedley
  5. Acacia asperulacea F.Muell.
  6. Acacia baueri Benth.
  7. Acacia baueri subsp. aspera (Maiden & Betche) Pedley
  8. Acacia baueri Benth. subsp. baueri
  9. Acacia baueri var. aspera Maiden & Betche
  10. Acacia cedroides Benth.
  11. Acacia chippendalei Pedley
  12. Acacia galioides Benth.
  13. Acacia galioides var. asperulacea (F.Muell.) Domin
  14. Acacia galioides Benth. var. galioides
  15. Acacia galioides var. glabriflora (Domin) Pedley
  16. Acacia galioides var. leioclada (Domin) Pedley
  17. Acacia glabriflora Domin
  18. Acacia hippuroides Heward ex Benth.
  19. Acacia leioclada Domin
  20. Acacia longipedunculata Pedley
  21. Acacia lycopodiifolia A.Cunn. ex Hook.
  22. Acacia lycopodiifolia var. setifera Domin
  23. Acacia orthotricha Pedley
  24. Acacia perryi Pedley
  25. Acacia spondylophylla F.Muell.

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