Vascular Plants

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Carrick, J. & Chorney, K. (25 June 1979), A review of Melaleuca L. (Myrtaceae) in South Australia. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 1(5) : 281-319 (Paper) Carrick, J. & Chorney, K. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Melaleuca acuminata F.Muell.
  2. Melaleuca adnata Turcz.
  3. Melaleuca bracteata F.Muell.
  4. Melaleuca corrugata J.M.Black ex Eardley
  5. Melaleuca curvifolia Schltdl.
  6. Melaleuca daleana Blakely
  7. Melaleuca decussata R.Br.
  8. Melaleuca decussata var. ovoidea J.M.Black
  9. Melaleuca dissitiflora F.Muell.
  10. Melaleuca drummondii Schauer
  11. Melaleuca eleuterostachya var. abietina Benth.
  12. Melaleuca gibbosa Labill.
  13. Melaleuca glomerata F.Muell.
  14. Melaleuca hakeoides F.Muell. ex Benth.
  15. Melaleuca halmaturorum F.Muell. ex Miq.
  16. Melaleuca hamata Fielding & Gardner
  17. Melaleuca lanceolata Otto
  18. Melaleuca leiocarpa F.Muell.
  19. Melaleuca linariifolia Sm.
  20. Melaleuca monticola J.M.Black
  21. Melaleuca nanophylla Carrick
  22. Melaleuca neglecta Ewart & B.Wood
  23. Melaleuca oraria J.M.Black
  24. Melaleuca ottonis Schauer
  25. Melaleuca oxyphylla Carrick
  26. Melaleuca pauperiflora F.Muell.
  27. Melaleuca rhaphiophylla Schauer
  28. Melaleuca sheathiana W.Fitzg.
  29. Melaleuca squamea Labill.
  30. Melaleuca squarrosa Donn ex Sm.
  31. Melaleuca stricta Dum.Cours.
  32. Melaleuca tetragona Otto
  33. Melaleuca uncinata R.Br.
  34. Melaleuca wilsonii F.Muell.

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