Vascular Plants

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Crisp, M.D. (18 October 1991), Contributions towards a revision of Daviesia Smith (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae). II. The D. latifolia group. Australian Systematic Botany 4(2) : 229-298 (Paper) Crisp, M.D. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Daviesia Sm.
  2. Daviesia arborea W.Hill
  3. Daviesia buxifolia Benth.
  4. Daviesia chordophylla Meisn.
  5. Daviesia corymbosa Sm.
  6. Daviesia corymbosa var. laxiflora J.H.Willis
  7. Daviesia corymbosa var. mimosoides (R.Br.) Benth.
  8. Daviesia costata Cheel
  9. Daviesia discolor Pedley
  10. Daviesia elliptica Crisp
  11. Daviesia glauca Lodd., G.Lodd. & W.Lodd.
  12. Daviesia grahamii Ewart & Jean White
  13. Daviesia laevis Crisp
  14. Daviesia latifolia R.Br.
  15. Daviesia latifolia var. parvifolia Benth.
  16. Daviesia laurifolia Link
  17. Daviesia laxiflora (J.H.Willis) Crisp
  18. Daviesia leptophylla A.Cunn. ex G.Don
  19. Daviesia longifolia Benth.
  20. Daviesia macrophylla Endl.
  21. Daviesia mimosoides R.Br.
  22. Daviesia mimosoides subsp. acris Crisp
  23. Daviesia mimosoides R.Br. subsp. mimosoides
  24. Daviesia mimosoides var. laxiflora (J.H.Willis) J.H.Willis
  25. Daviesia mimosoides R.Br. var. mimosoides
  26. Daviesia newbeyi Crisp
  27. Daviesia pauciflora Crisp
  28. Daviesia phyllodinea S.Moore
  29. Daviesia phyllodinea S.Moore var. phyllodinea
  30. Daviesia suaveolens Crisp

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