Vascular Plants

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Gray, S.F. (1821), A Natural Arrangement of British Plants 2 (Section) Gray, S.F. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Abietaceae Gray
  2. Anthemis cotula L.
  3. Anthemis subg. Maruta Cass.
  4. Barren Drank
  5. Batrachium (DC.) Gray
  6. Bromus madritensis L.
  7. Bromus sterilis L.
  8. Chamaesyce Gray
  9. Chamomilla Gray
  10. Consolida Gray
  11. Ervum hirsutum L.
  12. Festuca bromoides L.
  13. Frankeniaceae A.St.-Hil. ex Gray
  14. Lactuca virosa var. integrifolia Gray
  15. Maruta (Cass.) Gray
  16. Maruta foetida Gray
  17. Persicaria lapathifolia (L.) Gray
  18. Persicaria maculosa Gray
  19. Polygonum lapathifolium L.
  20. Ranunculus sect. Batrachium DC.
  21. Resedaceae DC. ex Gray
  22. Vicia hirsuta (L.) Gray
  23. Vilfa alba var. ramosa Gray
  24. Vulpia bromoides (L.) Gray
  25. Zerna madritensis (L.) Gray
  26. Zerna sterilis (L.) Gray

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