Vascular Plants

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Britten, J. in Banks, J. & Solander, D.C. (1901), Illustrations of Australian plants collected in 1770 during Captain Cook's voyage round the world 2 : 35-75, pl. 101-243 (Section) Britten, J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Azorella ovata Labill.
  2. Barringtonia calyptrata Benth.
  3. Barringtonia edulis Seem.
  4. Barringtonia racemosa (L.) Spreng.
  5. Borraginoides zeylanica (Burm.f.) Hiern
  6. Butonica calyptrata Miers
  7. Campanula gracilis G.Forst.
  8. Cervicina Delile
  9. Cervicina gracilis (G.Forst.) Britten
  10. Clerodendrum floribundum R.Br.
  11. Crassocephalum pseudochina (L.) Kuntze
  12. Crossocephalum Britten
  13. Cumbia australis Britten
  14. Diplospora ixoroides F.Muell.
  15. Eucalyptus alba Reinw. ex Blume
  16. Eucalyptus terminalis F.Muell.
  17. Germanea Lam.
  18. Germanea australis (R.Br.) Britten
  19. Gynopogon spicatum Britten
  20. Gynopogon spicatus (R.Br.) Britten
  21. Huttum calyptratum (Miers) Britten
  22. Merremia hastata Hallier f.
  23. Myrstiphyllum P.Browne
  24. Myrstiphyllum loniceroides (Sieber ex DC.) Britten
  25. Myrstiphyllum nesophilum (F.Muell.) Britten
  26. Myrstiphyllum nesophyllum Britten
  27. Olearia arguta Benth.
  28. Olearia arguta var. lanata Benth.
  29. Plectranthus australis R.Br.
  30. Psychotria loniceroides Sieber ex DC.
  31. Psychotria nesophila F.Muell.
  32. Shawia arguta (Benth.) Britten
  33. Siphonanthus floribundus Banks & Sol. ex Britten
  34. Spermacoce marginata Benth.
  35. Tardavel Adans.
  36. Tardavel marginata (Benth.) Britten
  37. Trachymene billardierei (Benth.) F.Muell. var. billardierei
  38. Trachymene billardierei var. ovata (Labill.) Britten
  39. Vittadinia australis A.Rich.

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