Vascular Plants

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White, C.T. (1946), Contributions to the Queensland Flora, No. 9. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland 57 : 21-36 (Paper) White, C.T. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia aulacocarpa A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  2. Acacia aulacocarpa var. fruticosa C.T.White
  3. Acacia aulacocarpa var. macrocarpa Benth.
  4. Acronychia pauciflora C.T.White
  5. Calotis cuneifolia var. glabrescens C.T.White
  6. Calotis glabrescens C.T.White
  7. Calotis scabriuscula C.T.White
  8. Calotis scabriuscula var. lobata C.T.White
  9. Calotis scabriuscula C.T.White var. scabriuscula
  10. Calotis squamigera C.T.White
  11. Coreopsis lanceolata L.
  12. Eugenia crebrinervis C.T.White
  13. Goodenia subauriculata C.T.White
  14. Hibbertia cistifolia R.Br. ex DC.
  15. Hibbertia cistoidea (Hook.) C.T.White
  16. Leptospermum flavescens var. minutifolium F.Muell. ex Benth.
  17. Leptospermum minutifolium C.T.White
  18. Limnophila fragrans (G.Forst.) Seem.
  19. Lunasia Blanco
  20. Lunasia amara Blanco
  21. Macarthuria ephedroides C.T.White
  22. Myrtus sericocalyx C.T.White
  23. Pleurandra cistoidea Hook.
  24. Stypandra grandis C.T.White

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