Vascular Plants

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Baker, J.G. (1875), Revision of the genera and species of Asparagaceae. Journal of the Linnean Society, Botany 14 : 508-632 BHL (Paper) Baker, J.G. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Asparagopsis (Kunth) Kunth
  2. Asparagus acerosus Roxb.
  3. Asparagus macowanii Baker
  4. Asparagus plumosus Baker
  5. Asparagus racemosus Willd.
  6. Asparagus subg. Asparagopsis Baker
  7. Cordyline cannifolia R.Br.
  8. Cordyline hedychioides F.Muell.
  9. Cordyline manners-suttoniae F.Muell.
  10. Cordyline obtecta (Graham) Baker
  11. Cordyline terminalis var. cannaefolia Baker
  12. Cordyline terminalis var. cannifolia (R.Br.) Baker
  13. Cordyline terminalis var. hedychioides (F.Muell.) Baker
  14. Cordyline terminalis var. manners-suttoniae (F.Muell.) Baker
  15. Dianella hookeri Baker
  16. Dracaena obtecta Graham
  17. Drymophila moorei Baker
  18. Eustrephus angustifolius R.Br.
  19. Eustrephus brownii var. angustifolius Baker
  20. Gilliesieae Baker

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