Vascular Plants

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Blake, S.T. (1969), A revision of Carpobrotus and Sarcozona in Australia, genera allied to Mesembryanthemum (Aizoaceae). Contributions from the Queensland Herbarium 7 : 1-65 (Paper) Blake, S.T. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Carpobrotus N.E.Br.
  2. Carpobrotus aequilateralis (Willd.) J.M.Black
  3. Carpobrotus aequilaterus (Haw.) N.E.Br.
  4. Carpobrotus disparilis N.E.Br.
  5. Carpobrotus edulis (L.) N.E.Br.
  6. Carpobrotus glaucescens (Haw.) Schwantes
  7. Carpobrotus modestus S.T.Blake
  8. Carpobrotus pulleinei J.M.Black
  9. Carpobrotus rossii (Haw.) Schwantes
  10. Carpobrotus virescens (Haw.) Schwantes
  11. Mesembryanthemum abbreviatum Haw.
  12. Mesembryanthemum aequilaterale var. decagynum DC.
  13. Mesembryanthemum aequilaterum Haw.
  14. Mesembryanthemum edule L.
  15. Mesembryanthemum edule var. aequilaterum (Haw.) Moss
  16. Mesembryanthemum edule var. virescens (Haw.) Moss
  17. Mesembryanthemum glaucescens Haw.
  18. Mesembryanthemum praecox F.Muell.
  19. Mesembryanthemum rossii Haw.
  20. Mesembryanthemum virescens Haw.
  21. Sarcozona J.M.Black
  22. Sarcozona bicarinata S.T.Blake
  23. Sarcozona praecox (F.Muell.) S.T.Blake
  24. Sarcozona pulleinei (J.M.Black) J.M.Black

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