Vascular Plants

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Loddiges, C., Loddiges, G. & Loddiges, W. (1828), The Botanical Cabinet 15 : null - null (Paper) Loddiges, C., Loddiges, G. & Loddiges, W. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia graveolens Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  2. Acacia ornithophora Sweet
  3. Bird-shaped Acacia
  4. Calothamnus clavata Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  5. Campanula capillaris G.Lodd.
  6. Cels's Hovea
  7. Club-leaved Calothamnus
  8. Dodonaea attenuata A.Cunn.
  9. Downy Pittosporum
  10. Elliptic-leaved Hovea
  11. Fascicle-leaved Leucopogon
  12. Grevillea rosmarinifolia A.Cunn.
  13. Hovea celsii Bonpl.
  14. Hovea elliptica (Sm.) DC.
  15. Hovea purpurea Sweet
  16. Leucopogon interruptus R.Br.
  17. Leucopogon polystachyus R.Br.
  18. Many-flowered Orthrosanthus
  19. Many-spiked Leucopogon
  20. Orthrosanthus multiflorus Sweet
  21. Pittosporum tomentosum Bonpl.
  22. Purple Hovea
  23. Rosemary-leaved Grevillea
  24. Scottia dentata R.Br.
  25. Slender-leaved Dodonaea
  26. Strong-scented Acacia
  27. Toothed Scottia

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