Vascular Plants

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Smith, J.E in Koenig, K.D.E. & Sims, J. (ed.) (January 1805), Remarks on the generic Characters of the Decandrous Papilionaceous Plants of New Holland. Annals of Botany 1(3) (Paper) Smith, J.E Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Aotus Sm.
  2. Aotus villosa Sm.
  3. Chorizema scandens Sm.
  4. Chorizema trilobum Sm.
  5. Daviesia acicularis Sm.
  6. Daviesia corymbosa Sm.
  7. Daviesia denudata Vent.
  8. Daviesia squarrosa Sm.
  9. Daviesia ulicifolia Andrews
  10. Daviesia ulicina Sm.
  11. Daviesia umbellulata Sm.
  12. Dillwynia Sm.
  13. Dillwynia ericifolia Sm.
  14. Dillwynia floribunda Sm.
  15. Dillwynia glaberrima Sm.
  16. Gompholobium latifolium Sm.
  17. Gompholobium minus Sm.
  18. Gompholobium pinnatum Sm.
  19. Mirbelia Sm.
  20. Mirbelia reticulata Sm.
  21. Pultenaea flexilis Sm.
  22. Pultenaea ilicifolia Andrews
  23. Pultenaea retusa Sm.
  24. Pultenaea rubiifolia Andrews
  25. Pultenaea villosa Andrews
  26. Sphaerolobium Sm.
  27. Sphaerolobium vimineum Sm.
  28. Viminaria Sm.
  29. Viminaria denudata (Vent.) Sm.

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