Vascular Plants

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Stschegleew, S.S. (1859), Bulletin de la Societe Imperiale des Naturalistes de Moscou 32(1) : null - null (Paper) Stschegleew, S.S. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Leucopogon acutiflorus Stschegl.
  2. Leucopogon atherolepis Stschegl.
  3. Leucopogon brevifolius Stschegl.
  4. Leucopogon compactus Stschegl.
  5. Leucopogon cuneifolius Stschegl.
  6. Leucopogon decussatus Stschegl.
  7. Leucopogon esquamatus R.Br.
  8. Leucopogon fimbriatus Stschegl.
  9. Leucopogon gibbosus Stschegl.
  10. Leucopogon gilbertii Stschegl.
  11. Leucopogon gnaphalioides Stschegl.
  12. Leucopogon lasiophyllus Stschegl.
  13. Leucopogon lasiostachyus Stschegl.
  14. Leucopogon penicellatus Stschegl.
  15. Leucopogon penicillatus Stschegl.
  16. Leucopogon psilopus Stschegl.
  17. Leucopogon triqueter Stschegl.
  18. Leucopogon unilateralis Stschegl.
  19. Phanerandra Stschegl.
  20. Phanerandra esquamata (R.Br.) Stschegl.
  21. Soleniscia pulchella Stschegl.
  22. Sphincterostoma Stschegl.
  23. Sphincterostoma axilliflorum Stschegl.
  24. Sphincterostoma axilliforum Stschegl.
  25. Sphincterostoma echinocephalum Stschegl.

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