Vascular Plants

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Williamson, H.B. (1922), A Revision of the Genus Pultenaea, Part III. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 35(1) : 97-107 BHL (Paper) Williamson, H.B. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Oxylobium spinosum DC.
  2. Pultenaea boormanii H.B.Will.
  3. Pultenaea canaliculata F.Muell. var. canaliculata
  4. Pultenaea canaliculata var. latifolia H.B.Will.
  5. Pultenaea cunninghamii (Benth.) F.Muell. ex H.B.Will.
  6. Pultenaea cunninghamii (Benth.) F.Muell. ex H.B.Will. var. cunninghamii
  7. Pultenaea cunninghamii var. pubescens Benth. ex H.B.Will.
  8. Pultenaea d'altonii H.B.Will.
  9. Pultenaea daltonii H.B.Will.
  10. Pultenaea kennyi H.B.Will.
  11. Pultenaea pedunculata var. latifolia H.B.Will.
  12. Pultenaea pedunculata Hook. var. pedunculata
  13. Pultenaea pedunculata var. pilosa H.B.Will.
  14. Pultenaea prolifera H.B.Will.
  15. Pultenaea readeriana H.B.Will.
  16. Pultenaea spinosa (DC.) H.B.Will.
  17. Pultenaea teretifolia H.B.Will.
  18. Pultenaea teretifolia var. brachyphylla H.B.Will.
  19. Pultenaea teretifolia H.B.Will. var. teretifolia
  20. Pultenaea viscosa R.Br. ex Benth.
  21. Spadostyles cunninghamii Benth.

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