Vascular Plants

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Ross, J.H. (7 April 1983), A revision of the genus Platylobium Sm. (Papilionaceae). Muelleria 5(2) : 127-141 DOI (Paper) Ross, J.H. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Bossiaea heterophylla Vent.
  2. Bossiaea obcordata (Vent.) Druce
  3. Bossiaea scolopendria (Andrews) Sm.
  4. Bossiaea spinosa (Turcz.) Domin
  5. Mirbelia platylobioides (DC.) Joy Thomps.
  6. Platylobium Sm.
  7. Platylobium alternifolium F.Muell.
  8. Platylobium formosum Sm.
  9. Platylobium formosum Sm. subsp. formosum
  10. Platylobium formosum subsp. parviflorum (Sm.) A.T.Lee
  11. Platylobium formosum var. cordifolium Wawra
  12. Platylobium formosum var. parviflorum (Sm.) Benth.
  13. Platylobium formosum var. typicum Domin
  14. Platylobium gracile Dum.Cours.
  15. Platylobium lanceolatum Andrews
  16. Platylobium macrocalyx Meisn.
  17. Platylobium microphyllum Sims
  18. Platylobium murrayanum Hook.
  19. Platylobium obcordatum Vent.
  20. Platylobium obtusangulum Hook.
  21. Platylobium obtusangulum var. spinulosum J.H.Willis
  22. Platylobium ovatum Andrews
  23. Platylobium parviflorum Sm.
  24. Platylobium reticulatum Sieber ex Spreng.
  25. Platylobium rotundifolium Colla
  26. Platylobium scolopendrium Andrews
  27. Platylobium spinosum Turcz.
  28. Platylobium triangulare R.Br.

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