Vascular Plants

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Scott, A.J. (1978), A revision of Rhodomyrtus (Myrtaceae). Kew Bulletin 33(2) : 311-329 (Paper) Scott, A.J. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Archirhodomyrtus (Nied.) Burret
  2. Archirhodomyrtus beckleri (F.Muell.) A.J.Scott
  3. Decaspermum papuanum Lauterb.
  4. Myrtus beckleri F.Muell.
  5. Myrtus cymiflora F.Muell.
  6. Myrtus sect. Rhodomyrtus DC.
  7. Myrtus tozeri F.Muell.
  8. Myrtus tozerii F.Muell.
  9. Myrtus trineura F.Muell.
  10. Nelitris psidioides G.Don
  11. Pilidiostigma cuneatum Burret
  12. Pilidiostigma papuanum (Lauterb.) A.J.Scott
  13. Pilidiostigma parviflorum Burret
  14. Pilidiostigma recurvum (C.T.White) A.J.Scott
  15. Psidiomyrtus Guillaumin
  16. Rhodomyrtus (DC.) Rchb.
  17. Rhodomyrtus beckleri (F.Muell.) L.S.Sm.
  18. Rhodomyrtus canescens C.T.White & W.D.Francis
  19. Rhodomyrtus cymiflora (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Benth.
  20. Rhodomyrtus macrocarpa Benth.
  21. Rhodomyrtus psidioides (G.Don) Benth.
  22. Rhodomyrtus recurva C.T.White
  23. Rhodomyrtus sericea Burret
  24. Rhodomyrtus trineura (F.Muell.) Benth.
  25. Rhodomyrtus trineura var. canescens (C.T.White & W.D.Francis) A.J.Scott
  26. Rhodomyrtus trineura var. macrophylla Domin
  27. Rhodomyrtus trineura (F.Muell.) Benth. var. trineura

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