Vascular Plants

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Black, J.M. (1912), Additions to the Flora of South Australia. Transactions and proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia 36 : 21-25 (Paper) Black, J.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Anchusa capensis Thunb.
  2. Aponogeton distachyos L.f.
  3. Asterolasia muricata J.M.Black
  4. Calamintha Mill.
  5. Calamintha nepeta (L.) Savi
  6. Carum sioides J.M.Black
  7. Chenopodium ambrosioides L.
  8. Cistus hirsutus Lam.
  9. Euphorbia falcata L.
  10. Helipterum floribundum var. tubulipappum J.M.Black
  11. Hibbertia acicularis var. sessiliflora J.M.Black
  12. Hibbertia sericea var. major J.M.Black
  13. Leucopogon hirtellus var. glabrifolius J.M.Black
  14. Leucopogon hirtellus F.Muell. ex Benth. var. hirtellus
  15. Linaria graeca (Bory & Chaub.) Chav.
  16. Linum strictum L.
  17. Ornithogalum arabicum L.
  18. Orobanche mutelii F.W.Schultz
  19. Plantago bellardii All.
  20. Salvia horminoides Pourr.
  21. Schismus P.Beauv.
  22. Schismus fasciculatus P.Beauv.
  23. Senecio odoratus var. obtusifolius J.M.Black
  24. Statice psiloclada Boiss.
  25. Vicia gracilis Loisel.

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