Vascular Plants

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Spring, A.F. (1849), Monographie de la Famille des Lycopodiacees 2. Memoires de l'Academie Royale des Sciences ... Belgique 24 (Paper) Spring, A.F. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Lycopodium belangeri Bory
  2. Lycopodium ciliatum Willd.
  3. Lycopodium concinnum Sw.
  4. Lycopodium dalhousieanum Spring
  5. Lycopodium drummondi Spring
  6. Lycopodium drummondii Spring
  7. Lycopodium laterale R.Br. var. laterale
  8. Lycopodium laterale var. minus Spring
  9. Lycopodium novae-hollandiae Sw.
  10. Lycopodium ovalifolium Desv.
  11. Lycopodium pumilio R.Br.
  12. Lycopodium sanguisorba Spring
  13. Lycopodium serrulatum Desv.
  14. Lycopodium uliginosum Labill.
  15. Selaginella P.Beauv.
  16. Selaginella belangeri (Bory) Spring
  17. Selaginella concinna (Sw.) Spring
  18. Selaginella flabellata (L.) Spring
  19. Selaginella monospora Spring
  20. Selaginella novae-hollandiae (Sw.) Spring
  21. Selaginella ovalifolia (Desv.) Spring
  22. Selaginella preissiana Spring
  23. Selaginella preissiana Spring var. preissiana
  24. Selaginella preissiana var. ramosa Spring
  25. Selaginella preissiana var. simplex Spring
  26. Selaginella pumilio (R.Br.) Spring
  27. Selaginella sect. Heterophyllae Spring
  28. Selaginella sect. Homeophyllae Spring
  29. Selaginella P.Beauv. sect. Selaginella
  30. Selaginella serrulata (Desv.) Spring
  31. Selaginella uliginosa (Labill.) Spring
  32. Tmesipteris forsteri Endl.

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