Vascular Plants

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Weston, A.S. (23 May 1974), The genus Cenchrus (Poaceae) in Australia. Nuytsia 1(4) : 375-380 (Paper) Weston, A.S. Compiler
Names in this reference:
  1. Buffel Grass
  2. Cenchrus L.
  3. Cenchrus anomoplexis Labill.
  4. Cenchrus australis R.Br.
  5. Cenchrus biflorus Roxb.
  6. Cenchrus brownii Roem. & Schult.
  7. Cenchrus caliculatus Cav.
  8. Cenchrus ciliaris L.
  9. Cenchrus echinatus L.
  10. Cenchrus echinatus f. longispinus Hack.
  11. Cenchrus elymoides F.Muell.
  12. Cenchrus incertus M.A.Curtis
  13. Cenchrus inflexus R.Br.
  14. Cenchrus longispinus (Hack.) Fernald
  15. Cenchrus pauciflorus Benth.
  16. Cenchrus pauciflorus var. longispinus (Hack.) Jansen & Wacht.
  17. Cenchrus pennisetiformis Hochst. & Steud.
  18. Cenchrus setiger Vahl
  19. Cenchrus tribuloides L.
  20. Dune Sandburr
  21. Hillside Burr Grass
  22. Large Burr Grass
  23. Pennisetum cenchroides Rich.
  24. Pennisetum elymoides (F.Muell.) C.A.Gardner
  25. Scrub Burr Grass
  26. Spiny Burr Grass

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