Vascular Plants

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Labillardière, J.J.H. de (1805), Novae Hollandiae Plantarum Specimen 1(13-14) : 97-112 (Section) Labillardière, J.J.H. de Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Aotus ferruginea Labill.
  2. Boronia pilonema Labill.
  3. Boronia pilosa Labill.
  4. Boronia tetrandra Labill.
  5. Daviesia umbellata Labill.
  6. Daviesia umbellulata Sm.
  7. Dillwynia glaberrima Labill.
  8. Dillwynia obovata Labill.
  9. Eriostemon Sm.
  10. Eriostemon squamea Labill.
  11. Eriostemon squameus Labill.
  12. Gompholobium ellipticum Labill.
  13. Gompholobium latifolium Labill.
  14. Gompholobium spinosum Labill.
  15. Gompholobium tomentosum Labill.
  16. Haloragis J.R.Forst. & G.Forst.
  17. Haloragis digyna Labill.
  18. Haloragis racemosa Labill.
  19. Hypnum comosum Labill.
  20. Leskea pennata Labill.
  21. Polygonum L.
  22. Polygonum adpressum Labill.
  23. Pultenaea dentata Labill.
  24. Pultenaea juniperina Labill.
  25. Spergula L.
  26. Spergula apetala Labill.
  27. Sphaerolobium minus Labill.

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