Vascular Plants

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Stearn, W.T. in Stearn, W.T. (ed.) (1978), European species of Allium and allied genera of Alliaceae: a synonymic enumeration. Annales Musei Goulandris 4 : 83-198 (Paper) Stearn, W.T. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Allium L.
  2. Allium ampeloprasum L.
  3. Allium cepa L.
  4. Allium fragrans Vent.
  5. Allium neapolitanum Cirillo
  6. Allium oleraceum L.
  7. Allium paniculatum L.
  8. Allium paniculatum L. subsp. paniculatum
  9. Allium roseum L.
  10. Allium rotundum L.
  11. Allium schoenoprasum L.
  12. Allium scorodoprasum L.
  13. Allium scorodoprasum subsp. rotundum (L.) Stearn
  14. Allium scorodoprasum L. subsp. scorodoprasum
  15. Allium L. sect. Allium
  16. Allium sect. Briseis (Salisb.) Stearn
  17. Allium sect. Codonoprasum Rchb.
  18. Allium sect. Molium G.Don ex W.D.J.Koch
  19. Allium sect. Schoenoprasum Dumort.
  20. Allium sphaerocephalon L.
  21. Allium subsect. Cepa (Mill.) Stearn
  22. Allium subsect. Schoenoprasum (Dumort.) Stearn
  23. Allium triquetrum L.
  24. Allium vineale L.
  25. Ipheion uniflorum (Graham) Raf.
  26. Milla uniflora Graham
  27. Nothoscordum Kunth
  28. Nothoscordum inodorum (Aiton) G.Nicholson
  29. Tristagma uniflorum (Lindl.) Traub
  30. Triteleia uniflora Lindl.

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