Vascular Plants

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Short, P.S. (30 March 1990), New taxa and new combinations in Australian Gnaphaliinae (Inuleae: Asteraceae). Muelleria 7(2) (Paper) Short, P.S. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Angianthus newbeyi P.S.Short
  2. Angianthus uniflorus P.S.Short
  3. Anthocerastes A.Gray
  4. Anthocerastes drummondii A.Gray
  5. Anthocerastes muelleri Sond.
  6. Gnephosis Cass.
  7. Gnephosis cassiniana P.S.Short
  8. Gnephosis drummondii (A.Gray) P.S.Short
  9. Gnephosis multiflora (P.S.Short) P.S.Short
  10. Gnephosis setifera P.S.Short
  11. Gnephosis tenuissima Cass.
  12. Gnephosis tridens (P.S.Short) P.S.Short
  13. Gnephosis trifida (P.S.Short) P.S.Short
  14. Gnephosis uniflora (Turcz.) P.S.Short
  15. Millotia Cass.
  16. Millotia incurva (D.A.Cooke) P.S.Short
  17. Millotia inopinata Schodde
  18. Millotia major (Turcz.) P.S.Short
  19. Millotia muelleri (Sond.) P.S.Short
  20. Millotia perpusilla (Turcz.) P.S.Short
  21. Millotia steetziana P.S.Short
  22. Scyphocoronis A.Gray
  23. Scyphocoronis incurva D.A.Cooke
  24. Scyphocoronis major (Turcz.) Druce
  25. Scyphocoronis viscosa A.Gray
  26. Tietkensia corrickiae P.S.Short
  27. Toxanthes Turcz.
  28. Toxanthes major Turcz.
  29. Toxanthes muelleri (Sond.) Benth.
  30. Toxanthes perpusillus Turcz.

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