Vascular Plants

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Green, P.S. (1988), Notes relating to Australian ferns, especially from Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands. Kew Bulletin 43(4) : 649-657 (Paper) Green, P.S. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Acrostichum pteroides R.Br.
  2. Allosorus nitidus (R.Br.) Kuntze
  3. Asplenium australasicum (J.Sm.) Hook. f. australasicum
  4. Asplenium australasicum f. robinsonii (F.Muell.) P.S.Green
  5. Asplenium brisbaneense Hieron.
  6. Asplenium bulbiferum var. howeanum Watts
  7. Asplenium obtusatum var. incisum Benth.
  8. Asplenium pteridoides Baker
  9. Asplenium robinsonii F.Muell.
  10. Asplenium surrogatum P.S.Green
  11. Cheilanthes humilis (G.Forst.) P.S.Green
  12. Cheilanthes nitida (R.Br.) P.S.Green
  13. Cheilanthes sieberi Kunze
  14. Cheilanthes tenuifolia var. sieberi (Kunze) Hook.f.
  15. Cheilanthes tenuissima F.M.Bailey
  16. Cheilanthes vellea (Aiton) F.Muell.
  17. Horse Shoe Fern
  18. King Fern
  19. Marattia fraxinea var. howeana W.R.B.Oliv.
  20. Marattia howeana (W.R.B.Oliv.) P.S.Green
  21. Neurosoria pteroides (R.Br.) Mett.
  22. Notholaena vellea R.Br.
  23. Ophioglossum pendulum L.
  24. Pellaea nitida (R.Br.) Baker
  25. Pteris humilis G.Forst.
  26. Pteris nitida R.Br.
  27. Sticherus lobatus N.A.Wakef.

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