Vascular Plants

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Tate, R. (1890), A Handbook of the Flora of Extratropical South Australia : null - null (Section) Tate, R. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia genistioides Tate
  2. Adenanthos sericeus Labill.
  3. Asperula geminifolia F.Muell.
  4. Aster microphyllus Labill.
  5. Bassia eriochiton Tate
  6. Bassia lanicuspis (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  7. Bassia sclerolaenoides (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  8. Beyeria viscosa (Labill.) Miq.
  9. Boronia pinnata Sm.
  10. Boronia polygalifolia Sm.
  11. Bossiaea battii (F.Muell.) Tate
  12. Bossiaea riparia A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  13. Brachyscome trachycarpa F.Muell.
  14. Calectasia cyanea R.Br.
  15. Candollea graminifolia (Sw.) F.Muell.
  16. Capparis spinosa L.
  17. Carex caespitosa L.
  18. Carex paniculata L.
  19. Cassinia punctulata F.Muell. & Tate
  20. Centipeda orbicularis Lour.
  21. Chloris barbata Sw.
  22. Cladium psittacorum (Labill.) F.Muell.
  23. Comesperma sylvestre Lindl.
  24. Corysanthes pruinosa R.Cunn.
  25. Crotalaria dissitiflora Benth.
  26. Crotalaria linifolia L.f.
  27. Crotalaria mitchellii Benth.
  28. Cryptandra bifida (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  29. Cryptandra obovata (Hook.) Hook.f.
  30. Cyperus fulvus R.Br.
  31. Cyperus lucidus R.Br.
  32. Dodonaea boroniifolia G.Don
  33. Echinopsilon sclerolaenoides F.Muell.
  34. Eleocharis multicaulis (Sm.) Sm.
  35. Eleusine cruciata Lam.
  36. Eriochloa polystachya Kunth
  37. Eriostemon brachyphyllum Tate
  38. Eriostemon brachyphyllus (F.Muell.) Tate
  39. Eriostemon difformis A.Cunn. ex Endl.
  40. Eriostemon lepidotus Spreng.
  41. Erythraea spicata (L.) Pers.
  42. Eucalyptus amygdalina Labill.
  43. Eucalyptus sieberiana F.Muell.
  44. Eucalyptus stuartiana F.Muell. ex Miq.
  45. Gahnia psittacorum Labill.
  46. Geijera parviflora Lindl.
  47. Gentiana saxosa G.Forst.
  48. Grevillea halmaturina Tate
  49. Herniaria incana Lam.
  50. Hibbertia acicularis (Labill.) F.Muell.
  51. Hibbertia billardierei F.Muell.
  52. Hibbertia sericea (R.Br. ex DC.) Benth.
  53. Hibbertia stricta (DC.) R.Br. ex F.Muell.
  54. Hybanthus tatei F.Muell. ex Tate
  55. Hypericum japonicum Thunb.
  56. Kochia humillima F.Muell.
  57. Lagenophora billardierei Cass.
  58. Lagenophora billardierii DC.
  59. Lepidium ruderale L.
  60. Limnanthemum reniformis (R.Br.) Tate
  61. Loranthus celastroides Sieber ex Schult. & Schult.f.
  62. Loranthus quandang Lindl.
  63. Lotus australis var. behrianus Tate
  64. Melaleuca ericifolia Sm.
  65. Melaleuca parviflora Lindl.
  66. Melaleuca trichostachya Lindl.
  67. Myriophyllum intermedium DC.
  68. Panicum adspersum Trin.
  69. Peplidium humifusum Delile
  70. Prostanthera baxteri A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  71. Rotala diandra (F.Muell.) Koehne
  72. Rubus parvifolius L.
  73. Salsola kali L.
  74. Solenogyne emphysopus F.Muell.
  75. Stellaria glauca With.
  76. Stenopetalum croceum Tate
  77. Stenopetalum trisectum Tate
  78. Styphelia collina Labill.
  79. Templetonia battii F.Muell.
  80. Thelymitra parviflora Tate
  81. Tillaea micrantha Tate
  82. Villarsia reniformis R.Br.
  83. Viscum articulatum Burm.f.
  84. Zaleya decandra (L.) Burm.f.

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