Vascular Plants

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Ewart, A.J., White, J.R., Rees, B. & Wood, B. (1912), Contributions to the Flora of Australia, No. 18. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 24(2) : 255-268 (Paper) Ewart, A.J., White, J.R., Rees, B. & Wood, B. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Chloris abyssinica Hochst. ex A.Rich.
  2. Corypha elata Roxb.
  3. Eurybia conocephala F.Muell.
  4. Gladiolus grandis Thunb.
  5. Gulubia Becc.
  6. Matricaria inodora L.
  7. Milla Cav.
  8. Milla uniflora Graham
  9. Pimelea treyvaudii F.Muell. ex Ewart & B.Rees
  10. Senecio nebrodensis var. glabratus DC.
  11. Senecio pterophorus DC.
  12. Senecio pterophorus var. verus Harv.
  13. Stera Ewart
  14. Stera conocephala (F.Muell.) Ewart & B.Rees
  15. Stera microphylla Ewart & B.Rees
  16. Stera subspinescens Ewart & B.Rees
  17. Wehlia pedicellata Ewart & B.Rees
  18. Wehlia pulcherrima Ewart & B.Rees
  19. Wehlia thryptomenoides var. microphylla Ewart & B.Rees
  20. Wehlia thryptomenoides F.Muell. var. thryptomenoides

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