Vascular Plants

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Small, J.K. (1903), Flora of the Southeastern United States : null - null (Section) Small, J.K. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Ammiales Small
  2. Ammocallis Small
  3. Ammocallis rosea (L.) Small
  4. Brayulinea Small
  5. Brayulinea densa (Humb. & Bonpl. ex Schult.) Small
  6. Carduales Small
  7. Chamaesyce maculata (L.) Small
  8. Chamaesyce nutans (Lag.) Small
  9. Chamaesyce prostrata (Aiton) Small
  10. Dodonaeaceae Kunth ex Small
  11. Erinus procumbens Mill.
  12. Euphorbia maculata L.
  13. Euphorbia nutans Lag.
  14. Euphorbia prostrata Aiton
  15. Goniostachyum (Schauer) Small
  16. Hymenatherum tenuilobum DC.
  17. Illecebrum densum Humb. & Bonpl. ex Schult.
  18. Ionoxalis Small
  19. Lippia sect. Goniostachyum Schauer
  20. Malaceae Small
  21. Mecardonia procumbens (Mill.) Small
  22. Persicaria hydropiperoides (Michx.) Small
  23. Poales Small
  24. Polygonum hydropiperoides Michx.
  25. Thymophylla tenuiloba (DC.) Small
  26. Vinca rosea L.

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