Vascular Plants

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Candolle, A.P. de (1813), Catalogus Plantarum Horti Botanici Monspeliensis : null - null (Section) Candolle, A.P. de Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia paradoxa DC.
  2. Acacia polyphylla DC.
  3. Alternanthera sessilis (L.) R.Br. ex DC.
  4. Amaranthus blitum L. var. blitum
  5. Andropogon citratum DC.
  6. Andropogon citratus DC.
  7. Anigosanthos flavescens DC.
  8. Anthericum pendulum Hornem.
  9. Arthropodium elongatum DC.
  10. Arthropodium pendulum (Hornem.) DC.
  11. Cajan Adans.
  12. Cajanus DC.
  13. Cassia spectabilis DC.
  14. Ceratochloa unioloides (Willd.) DC.
  15. Echium simplex DC.
  16. Festuca unioloides Willd.
  17. Fumaria densiflora DC.
  18. Gomphrena sessilis L.
  19. Illecebrum sessile (L.) L.
  20. Lythrum gracile DC.
  21. Lythrum tomentosum DC.
  22. Medicago praecox DC.
  23. Mimulus guttatus Fisch. ex DC.
  24. Phalangium pendulum (Hornem.) Redouté
  25. Triticum obtusiflorum DC.
  26. Vicia disperma DC.

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