Vascular Plants

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Blake, S.T. (1944), Monographic studies in the Australian Andropogoneae, Part I, including revisions of the genera Bothriochloa, Capillipedium, Chrysopogon, Vetiveria and Spathia. University of Queensland, Department of Biology, Papers 2(3) : 1-62 (Paper) Blake, S.T. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Amphilophis intermedia (R.Br.) Stapf
  2. Anatherum parviflorum (R.Br.) Spreng.
  3. Andropogon aciculatus Retz.
  4. Andropogon alternans J.Presl
  5. Andropogon annulatus var. monostachyus F.Muell. ex Benth.
  6. Andropogon decipiens (Hack.) Domin
  7. Andropogon decipiens var. cloncurrensis Domin
  8. Andropogon elongatus var. filipes (Benth.) Hack.
  9. Andropogon erianthoides F.Muell.
  10. Andropogon ewartianus Domin
  11. Andropogon gryllus subsp. calcaratus Hack.
  12. Andropogon gryllus subsp. pallidus (R.Br.) Hack.
  13. Andropogon micranthus Kunth
  14. Andropogon micranthus var. muelleri Hack.
  15. Andropogon micranthus var. spiciger (Benth.) Hack.
  16. Andropogon montanus Roxb.
  17. Andropogon pallidus (R.Br.) Kunth
  18. Andropogon parviflorus (R.Br.) Domin
  19. Andropogon parviflorus var. muelleri (Hack.) Domin
  20. Andropogon parviflorus var. spiciger (Benth.) Domin
  21. Andropogon pertusus var. decipiens Hack.
  22. Andropogon violascens (Trin.) Nees ex Steud.
  23. Bothriochloa Kuntze
  24. Bothriochloa ambigua S.T.Blake
  25. Bothriochloa ambiguua S.T.Blake
  26. Bothriochloa biloba S.T.Blake
  27. Bothriochloa decipiens (Hack.) C.E.Hubb.
  28. Bothriochloa decipiens var. cloncurrensis (Domin) C.E.Hubb.
  29. Bothriochloa erianthoides (F.Muell.) C.E.Hubb.
  30. Bothriochloa ewartiana (Domin) C.E.Hubb.
  31. Bothriochloa intermedia (R.Br.) A.Camus
  32. Capillipedium Stapf
  33. Capillipedium parviflorum (R.Br.) Stapf
  34. Capillipedium spicigerum S.T.Blake
  35. Chrysopogon Trin.
  36. Chrysopogon aciculatus (Retz.) Trin.
  37. Chrysopogon aciculatus var. elatior Benth.
  38. Chrysopogon fallax S.T.Blake
  39. Chrysopogon gryllus var. pallidus (R.Br.) Benth.
  40. Chrysopogon latifolius S.T.Blake
  41. Chrysopogon pallidus (R.Br.) Trin. ex Steud.
  42. Chrysopogon parviflorus (R.Br.) Nees
  43. Chrysopogon parviflorus var. spiciger Benth.
  44. Chrysopogon setifolius Stapf
  45. Chrysopogon sylvaticus C.E.Hubb.
  46. Chrysopogon violascens Trin.
  47. Cymbopogon obtectus S.T.Blake
  48. Dichanthium fecundum S.T.Blake
  49. Dichanthium setosum S.T.Blake
  50. Holcus caerulescens Gaudich.
  51. Holcus elongatus R.Br.
  52. Holcus pallidus R.Br.
  53. Holcus parviflorus R.Br.
  54. Iseilema filipes S.T.Blake
  55. Iseilema holmesii S.T.Blake
  56. Pollinia pallida (R.Br.) Roem. & Schult.
  57. Rhaphis caerulescens (Gaudich.) Desv.
  58. Rhaphis parviflora (R.Br.) Chase
  59. Rhaphis villosula Steud.
  60. Sorghum parviflorum (R.Br.) P.Beauv.
  61. Spathia Ewart
  62. Spathia neurosa Ewart & M.E.L.Archer
  63. Vetiveria Bory
  64. Vetiveria elongata (R.Br.) Stapf ex C.E.Hubb.
  65. Vetiveria filipes (Benth.) C.E.Hubb.
  66. Vetiveria intermedia S.T.Blake
  67. Vetiveria pauciflora S.T.Blake

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