Vascular Plants

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Schultes, J.A. (1819), Systema Vegetabilium Edn. 16, 5 : null - null (Section) Schultes, J.A. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Achyranthes lanata L.
  2. Aerva lanata (L.) Juss. ex Schult.
  3. Billardiera fusiformis Labill.
  4. Billardiera longiflora Labill.
  5. Billardiera mutabilis Salisb.
  6. Billardiera scandens Sm.
  7. Ceanothus wendlandianus Schult.
  8. Celastrus montanus Roth ex Schult.
  9. Coffea benghalensis B.Heyne ex Schult.
  10. Escallonia Mutis ex L.f.
  11. Escallonia ciliata (Sm.) Schult.
  12. Escallonia crenulata (Sm.) Schult.
  13. Imbricaria ciliata Sm.
  14. Imbricaria crenulata Sm.
  15. Ionidium enneaspermum (L.) Vent.
  16. Ionidium monopetalum Schult.
  17. Jonidium Schult.
  18. Jonidium enneaspermum Schult.
  19. Jonidium monopetalum Schult.
  20. Jungia tenella Gaertn.
  21. Labillardiera Schult.
  22. Labillardiera fusiformis (Labill.) Schult.
  23. Labillardiera longiflora (Labill.) Schult.
  24. Labillardiera mutabilis (Salisb.) Schult.
  25. Labillardiera scandens (Sm.) Schult.
  26. Lobelia browniana Schult.
  27. Lobelia stricta R.Br.
  28. Pomaderris Labill.
  29. Pomatiderris Schult.
  30. Pomatoderris Schult.
  31. Pomatoderris apetala Schult.
  32. Pomatoderris elliptica Schult.
  33. Pomatoderris lanigera Schult.
  34. Stereoxylon ciliata (Sm.) Poir.
  35. Velleya Roem. & Schult.
  36. Viola monopetala Schult.

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