Vascular Plants

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Nooteboom, H.P. (26 February 1982), A revision of the Australian species of Symplocos (Symplocaceae). Brunonia 4(2) : 309-326 (Paper) Nooteboom, H.P. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Symplocos Jacq.
  2. Symplocos ampulliformis C.T.White
  3. Symplocos baeuerlenii R.T.Baker
  4. Symplocos candelabrum Brand
  5. Symplocos cochinchinensis (Lour.) S.Moore
  6. Symplocos cochinchinensis subsp. thwaitesii (F.Muell.) Noot.
  7. Symplocos cochinchinensis var. candelabrum (Brand) Noot.
  8. Symplocos cochinchinensis var. gittinsii Noot.
  9. Symplocos cochinchinensis var. glaberrima Noot.
  10. Symplocos cochinchinensis var. montana (C.T.White) Noot.
  11. Symplocos cochinchinensis var. pilosiuscula Noot.
  12. Symplocos cochinchinensis var. stawellii (F.Muell.) Noot.
  13. Symplocos cochinchinensis var. thwaitesii (F.Muell.) Noot.
  14. Symplocos crassiramifera Noot.
  15. Symplocos cyanocarpa C.T.White
  16. Symplocos hayesii C.T.White & W.D.Francis
  17. Symplocos hylandii Noot.
  18. Symplocos paucistaminea F.Muell. & F.M.Bailey
  19. Symplocos sp. nov. ?
  20. Symplocos spicata var. australis Benth.
  21. Symplocos stawellii F.Muell.
  22. Symplocos stawellii var. montana C.T.White
  23. Symplocos thwaitesii F.Muell.

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