Vascular Plants

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Burtt, B.L. (1941), New Combinations in Trachymene. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign 79 : 44-46 (Paper) Burtt, B.L. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Didiscus bialatus Domin
  2. Didiscus compositus Domin
  3. Didiscus dusenii Domin
  4. Didiscus elachocarpus F.Muell.
  5. Didiscus gilleniae Tate
  6. Didiscus macrophyllus Domin
  7. Didiscus microcephalus Domin
  8. Didiscus oleraceus Domin
  9. Didiscus pimpinellifolius Domin
  10. Didiscus scapiger Domin
  11. Didiscus setosus O.Schwarz
  12. Didiscus tenuifolius Domin
  13. Dimetopia anisocarpa Turcz.
  14. Hemicarpus didiscoides F.Muell.
  15. Hydrocotyle cussonii Montrouz.
  16. Trachymene Rudge
  17. Trachymene anisocarpa (Turcz.) B.L.Burtt
  18. Trachymene bialata (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  19. Trachymene composita (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  20. Trachymene cussonii (Montrouz.) B.L.Burtt
  21. Trachymene didiscoides (F.Muell.) B.L.Burtt
  22. Trachymene dusenii (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  23. Trachymene elachocarpa (F.Muell.) B.L.Burtt
  24. Trachymene gillenae B.L.Burtt
  25. Trachymene gilleniae (Tate) B.L.Burtt
  26. Trachymene macrophylla (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  27. Trachymene microcephala (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  28. Trachymene oleracea (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  29. Trachymene pimpinellifolia (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  30. Trachymene scapigera (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  31. Trachymene setosa (O.Schwarz) B.L.Burtt
  32. Trachymene tenuifolia (Domin) B.L.Burtt

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