Vascular Plants

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Watts, W.W. (26 February 1915), Some notes on the ferns of north Queensland. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 39 : 756-802 (Paper) Watts, W.W. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Antrophyum reticulatum f. apicilobatum Watts
  2. Asplenium baileyanum (Domin) Watts
  3. Asplenium hookerianum var. baileyanum Domin
  4. Asplenium parvum Watts
  5. Deparia nephrodioides Baker
  6. Dryopteris albovillosa Watts
  7. Dryopteris nephrodioides (Baker) Watts
  8. Dryopteris poecilophlebia var. densa Watts
  9. Dryopteris poecilophlebia (Hook.) C.Chr. var. poecilophlebia
  10. Hymenophyllum babindae Watts
  11. Hymenophyllum kerianum Watts
  12. Hymenophyllum pseudotunbridgense Watts
  13. Hymenophyllum tunbridgense var. exsertum F.M.Bailey
  14. Hymenophyllum walleri var. orbiculatum Watts
  15. Polypodium gordoni Watts
  16. Polypodium gordonii Watts
  17. Polypodium maideni Watts
  18. Polypodium maidenii Watts
  19. Polystichum fragile Watts
  20. Polystichum moorei var. tenerum Watts
  21. Polystichum whiteleggei Watts
  22. Trichomanes baileyanum Watts
  23. Trichomanes majorae Watts
  24. Trichomanes majoriae Watts
  25. Trichomanes walleri Watts

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