Vascular Plants

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Maconochie, J.R. (13 May 1980), The genus Trachymene (Apiaceae) in the Northern Territory and a new species from Western Australia. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 2(2) : 171-185 (Paper) Maconochie, J.R. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Didiscus bialatus Domin
  2. Didiscus dusenii Domin
  3. Didiscus gilleniae Tate
  4. Didiscus glandulosus F.Muell.
  5. Didiscus glaucifolius F.Muell.
  6. Didiscus microcephalus Domin
  7. Didiscus setosus O.Schwarz
  8. Hemicarpus didiscoides F.Muell.
  9. Hemicarpus villosus F.Muell.
  10. Trachymene Rudge
  11. Trachymene bialata (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  12. Trachymene dendrothrix Maconochie
  13. Trachymene didiscoides (F.Muell.) B.L.Burtt
  14. Trachymene dusenii (Domin) F.M.Bailey
  15. Trachymene gilleniae (Tate) B.L.Burtt
  16. Trachymene glandulosa (F.Muell.) Benth.
  17. Trachymene glaucifolia (F.Muell.) Benth.
  18. Trachymene hemicarpa var. rotundifolia Benth.
  19. Trachymene hispida Maconochie
  20. Trachymene inflata Maconochie
  21. Trachymene lacerata Maconochie
  22. Trachymene longipedunculata Maconochie
  23. Trachymene microcephala (Domin) B.L.Burtt
  24. Trachymene psammophila Maconochie
  25. Trachymene rotundifolia (Benth.) Maconochie
  26. Trachymene villosa (F.Muell.) Benth.

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