Vascular Plants

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Briggs, B.G. (17 September 1962), The New South Wales Species of Darwinia. Contributions from the New South Wales National Herbarium 3(3) : 129-150 (Paper) Briggs, B.G. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Cryptostemon ericaeus F.Muell. & Miq.
  2. Darwinia Rudge
  3. Darwinia biflora (Cheel) B.G.Briggs
  4. Darwinia camptostylis B.G.Briggs
  5. Darwinia diminuta B.G.Briggs
  6. Darwinia fascicularis Rudge
  7. Darwinia fascicularis Rudge subsp. fascicularis
  8. Darwinia fascicularis subsp. oligantha B.G.Briggs
  9. Darwinia glaucophylla B.G.Briggs
  10. Darwinia grandiflora (Benth.) R.T.Baker & H.G.Sm.
  11. Darwinia leptantha B.G.Briggs
  12. Darwinia peduncularis B.G.Briggs
  13. Darwinia procera B.G.Briggs
  14. Darwinia taxifolia A.Cunn.
  15. Darwinia taxifolia subsp. macrolaena B.G.Briggs
  16. Darwinia taxifolia A.Cunn. subsp. taxifolia
  17. Darwinia taxifolia var. biflora Cheel
  18. Darwinia taxifolia var. grandiflora Benth.
  19. Darwinia taxifolia var. intermedia Cheel

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