Vascular Plants

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Mez, C.C. in Engler, H.G.A. (6 May 1902), Myrsinaceae. Das Pflanzenreich 9 : 1-437 (Section) Mez, C.C. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Aegiceras corniculatum (L.) Blanco
  2. Ardisia subg. Tinus (Burm.) Mez
  3. Choripetalum australianum F.Muell.
  4. Embelia australiana (F.Muell.) Mez
  5. Maesa dependens var. pubescens F.Muell.
  6. Maesa muelleri Mez
  7. Myrsine achradifolia F.Muell.
  8. Myrsine campanulata F.Muell.
  9. Myrsine crassifolia R.Br.
  10. Myrsine howittiana Mez
  11. Myrsine platystigma F.Muell.
  12. Myrsine porosa F.Muell.
  13. Myrsine subsessilis F.Muell.
  14. Myrsine urceolata R.Br.
  15. Myrsine variabilis R.Br.
  16. Rapanea Aubl.
  17. Rapanea achradifolia (F.Muell.) Mez
  18. Rapanea benthamiana Mez
  19. Rapanea campanulata (F.Muell.) Mez
  20. Rapanea crassifolia (R.Br.) Mez
  21. Rapanea howittiana Mez
  22. Rapanea myrtillina Mez
  23. Rapanea platystigma (F.Muell.) Mez
  24. Rapanea porosa (F.Muell.) Mez
  25. Rapanea subsessilis (F.Muell.) Mez
  26. Rapanea urceolata (R.Br.) Mez
  27. Rapanea variabilis (R.Br.) Mez
  28. Red Muttonwood
  29. Tapeinosperma Hook.f.
  30. Tetrardisia Mez

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