Vascular Plants

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Barlow, B.A. (1962), Studies in Australian Loranthaceae. I. Nomenclature and new additions. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 87(1) : 51-61 (Paper) Barlow, B.A. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Amyema maidenii (Blakely) Barlow
  2. Amyema thalassia Barlow
  3. Amylotheca petiolata Barlow
  4. Dendrophthoe discolor Barlow
  5. Dendrophthoe glabrescens (Blakely) Barlow
  6. Diplatia furcata Barlow
  7. Loranthus bidwillii Benth.
  8. Loranthus bifurcatus Benth.
  9. Loranthus eucalyptoides DC.
  10. Loranthus maidenii Blakely
  11. Loranthus maritimus C.A.Gardner
  12. Loranthus myrtifolius A.Cunn. ex Benth.
  13. Loranthus odontocalyx var. proprius Blakely
  14. Loranthus vitellinus var. glabrescens Blakely
  15. Loranthus whitei Blakely
  16. Muellerina bidwillii (Benth.) Barlow
  17. Muellerina eucalyptoides (DC.) Barlow
  18. Muellerina myrtifolia (A.Cunn. ex Benth.) Barlow
  19. Muellerina obtusifolia (Merr.) Barlow
  20. Phrygilanthus obtusifolius Merr.
  21. Pilostigma whitei (Blakely) Barlow
  22. Viscum pedunculatum Barlow

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