Vascular Plants

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Blume, C.(K.)L. von (1847), Rumphia 3 (Section) Blume, C.(K.)L. von Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Allophyllus cobbe Blume
  2. Allophylus cobbe (L.) Blume
  3. Arytera Blume
  4. Atalaya Blume
  5. Atalaya salicifolia (A.DC.) Blume
  6. Blancoa arborea Blume
  7. Cardiopteridaceae Blume
  8. Cardiopterideae Blume
  9. Cardiopteris Wall. ex Royle
  10. Cardiopteris moluccana Blume
  11. Cardiospermum halicacabum L. var. halicacabum
  12. Cardiospermum halicacabum var. microcarpum (Kunth) Blume
  13. Cardiospermum microcarpum Kunth
  14. Cupania sect. Elattostachys Blume
  15. Dictyoneura Blume
  16. Dictyoneura obtusa Blume
  17. Erioglossum rubiginosum (Roxb.) Blume
  18. Harpullia thanatophora Blume
  19. Jagera Blume
  20. Jagera speciosa Blume
  21. Lepidopetalum Blume
  22. Rhus cobbe L.
  23. Sapindus salicifolius A.DC.
  24. Spanoghea Blume

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