Vascular Plants

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Keighery, G.J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1987), Johnsonia. Flora of Australia 45 : 242-246 (Section) Keighery, G.J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Johnsonia R.Br.
  2. Johnsonia acaulis Endl.
  3. Johnsonia acaulis var. drummondii Baker
  4. Johnsonia hirta Lindl.
  5. Johnsonia hirta var. acaulis (Endl.) F.Muell.
  6. Johnsonia hirta var. filifolia F.Muell.
  7. Johnsonia inconspicua Keighery
  8. Johnsonia longifolia Endl.
  9. Johnsonia lupulina R.Br.
  10. Johnsonia lupulina var. robustior Endl.
  11. Johnsonia lupulina var. teretifolia (Endl.) Benth.
  12. Johnsonia mucronata Endl.
  13. Johnsonia pubescens Lindl.
  14. Johnsonia pubescens f. glabra Domin
  15. Johnsonia pubescens f. hirta (Lindl.) Domin
  16. Johnsonia pubescens f. longibracteata Domin
  17. Johnsonia pubescens var. acaulis (Endl.) Domin
  18. Johnsonia pubescens var. drummondii (Baker) Domin
  19. Johnsonia pubescens var. filifolia (F.Muell.) Benth.
  20. Johnsonia pubescens var. hirta (Lindl.) Baker
  21. Johnsonia pubescens var. intercedens Domin
  22. Johnsonia pubescens var. typica Domin
  23. Johnsonia teretifolia Endl.

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