Vascular Plants

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Chapman, A.R. & Maslin, B.R. (2 April 1992), Acacia Miscellany 5. A review of the A. bivenosa group (Leguminosae: Mimosoideae: Section Phyllodineae). Nuytsia 8(2) : 249-283 (Paper) Chapman, A.R. & Maslin, B.R. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia ampliceps Maslin
  2. Acacia bivenosa DC.
  3. Acacia bivenosa var. borealis Hochr.
  4. Acacia cupularis Domin
  5. Acacia didyma A.R.Chapm. & Maslin
  6. Acacia elliptica A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  7. Acacia leucosperma F.Muell. ex E.Pritz.
  8. Acacia ligulata A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  9. Acacia pallidiramosa Maiden & Blakely
  10. Acacia rostellifera Benth.
  11. Acacia salicina Lindl.
  12. Acacia salicina var. varians (Benth.) Benth.
  13. Acacia saligna (Labill.) H.L.Wendl.
  14. Acacia sclerosperma F.Muell.
  15. Acacia sclerosperma subsp. glaucescens A.R.Chapm. & Maslin
  16. Acacia sclerosperma F.Muell. subsp. sclerosperma
  17. Acacia spodiosperma F.Muell.
  18. Acacia startii A.R.Chapm. & Maslin
  19. Acacia subbinervia Meisn.
  20. Acacia telmica A.R.Chapm. & Maslin
  21. Acacia tysonii Luehm.
  22. Acacia varians Benth.
  23. Acacia xanthina Benth.

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