Vascular Plants

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Holland, A.E. (27 September 1991), Notes on Trachymene Rudge (Apiaceae) in Queensland, 2. Austrobaileya 3(3) : 401-407 (Paper) Holland, A.E. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Didiscus benthamii var. bivestitus Domin
  2. Didiscus geraniifolius (F.M.Bailey) Domin
  3. Didiscus glandulosus F.Muell.
  4. Didiscus glaucifolius F.Muell.
  5. Didiscus procumbens F.Muell.
  6. Didiscus tenuifolius Domin
  7. Hydrocotyle cussonii Montrouz.
  8. Trachymene Rudge
  9. Trachymene bivestita (Domin) L.A.S.Johnson
  10. Trachymene bivestita (Domin) L.A.S.Johnson var. bivestita
  11. Trachymene bivestita var. pterocarpa A.E.Holland
  12. Trachymene clivicola Boyland & A.E.Holland
  13. Trachymene cussonii (Montrouz.) B.L.Burtt
  14. Trachymene cyanantha Boyland
  15. Trachymene geraniifolia F.M.Bailey
  16. Trachymene gilleniae (Tate) B.L.Burtt
  17. Trachymene glandulosa (F.Muell.) Benth.
  18. Trachymene glaucifolia (F.Muell.) Benth.
  19. Trachymene hookeri (Domin) A.E.Holland
  20. Trachymene incisa Rudge
  21. Trachymene longipedunculata Maconochie
  22. Trachymene montana A.E.Holland
  23. Trachymene ochracea L.A.S.Johnson
  24. Trachymene procumbens (F.Muell.) Benth.
  25. Trachymene psammophila Maconochie
  26. Trachymene tenuifolia (Domin) B.L.Burtt

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