Vascular Plants

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Endlicher, S.F.L. (1847), Synopsis Coniferarum (Section) Endlicher, S.F.L. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Araucaria cunninghamii Mudie var. cunninghamii
  2. Araucaria cunninghamii var. glauca (Antoine) Endl.
  3. Araucaria cunninghamii var. longifolia Endl.
  4. Araucaria glauca Antoine
  5. Araucaria sect. Columbea (Salisb.) Endl.
  6. Araucaria sect. Eutacta Endl.
  7. Callitris gunnii Hook.f.
  8. Callitris oblonga Rich. & A.Rich.
  9. Callitris propinqua Endl.
  10. Callitris rhomboidea R.Br. ex Rich. & A.Rich.
  11. Callitris tuberculata Endl.
  12. Columbea Salisb.
  13. Cupressus australis Pers.
  14. Eutacta Link
  15. Frenela australis (Pers.) Mirb. ex Endl.
  16. Frenela fothergillii Endl.
  17. Frenela fruticosa Endl.
  18. Frenela gunii Endl.
  19. Frenela gunnii (Hook.f.) Endl.
  20. Frenela rhomboidea (R.Br. ex Rich. & A.Rich.) Endl.
  21. Frenela rigida Endl.
  22. Frenela robusta A.Cunn. ex Endl.
  23. Frenela roei Endl.
  24. Pinus atlantica Endl.
  25. Podocarpaceae Endl.
  26. Podocarpus II. Stachycarpus Endl.
  27. Podocarpus elata Endl.
  28. Podocarpus elata Mirb.
  29. Podocarpus elatus R.Br. ex Endl.
  30. Podocarpus excelsa Endl.
  31. Podocarpus spinulosus (Sm.) R.Br. ex Mirb.
  32. Sequoia Endl.
  33. Sequoia sempervirens (D.Don) Endl.
  34. Taxodium sempervirens D.Don

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