Vascular Plants

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Black, J.M. (22 December 1923), Additions to the Flora of South Australia. No. 21. Transactions and proceedings of the Royal Society of South Australia 47 (Paper) Black, J.M. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acacia aneura var. latifolia J.M.Black
  2. Acacia calamifolia var. euthycarpa J.M.Black
  3. Acacia sclerophylla var. lissophylla J.M.Black
  4. Amaranthus mitchellii var. grandiflora J.M.Black
  5. Amaranthus mitchellii var. grandiflorus J.M.Black
  6. Calandrinia remota J.M.Black
  7. Cassia sturtii var. involucrata J.M.Black
  8. Centrolepis murrayi J.M.Black
  9. Hutchinsia eremaea J.M.Black
  10. Indigofera longibractea J.M.Black
  11. Kochia excavata J.M.Black
  12. Kochia excavata J.M.Black var. excavata
  13. Kochia excavata var. trichoptera J.M.Black
  14. Kochia tamariscina (Lindl.) J.M.Black
  15. Kochia tomentosa var. enchylaenoides J.M.Black
  16. Ptilotus murrayi var. major J.M.Black
  17. Ptilotus murrayi F.Muell. var. murrayi
  18. Pultenaea trinervis J.M.Black
  19. Pultenaea villifera var. glabrescens J.M.Black
  20. Suaeda tamariscina Lindl.
  21. Trianthema crystallina var. clavata J.M.Black
  22. Trianthema crystallinum var. clavatum J.M.Black

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