Vascular Plants

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Brownsey, P.J. (1989), The taxonomy of bracken (Pteridium: Dennstaedtiaceae) in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 2(1) (Paper) Brownsey, P.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Austral Bracken
  2. Common Bracken
  3. Hairy bracken
  4. Pteridium Gled. ex Scop.
  5. Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn
  6. Pteridium aquilinum subsp. esculentum (G.Forst.) C.Chr.
  7. Pteridium aquilinum subsp. wightianum (J.Agardh) W.C.Shieh
  8. Pteridium aquilinum var. aequipinnulum Domin
  9. Pteridium aquilinum var. esculentum (G.Forst.) Kuhn
  10. Pteridium aquilinum var. lanuginosum (Bory ex Willd.) Luerss.
  11. Pteridium aquilinum var. wightianum (J.Agardh) R.M.Tryon
  12. Pteridium esculentum (G.Forst.) Cockayne
  13. Pteridium revolutum (Blume) Nakai
  14. Pteris aquilina var. esculenta (G.Forst.) Hook.f.
  15. Pteris esculenta G.Forst.
  16. Pteris recurvata var. wightiana J.Agardh
  17. Pteris revoluta Blume
  18. Pteris semihastata Wall. ex J.Agardh

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