Vascular Plants

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Barker, W.R. (21 September 1990), New taxa, names and combinations in Lindernia, Peplidium, Stemodia and Striga (Scrophulariaceae) mainly of the Kimberley Region, Western Australia. Journal of the Adelaide Botanic Gardens 13 : 79-93 (Paper) Barker, W.R. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Lindernia aplectra W.R.Barker
  2. Lindernia chrysoplectra W.R.Barker
  3. Lindernia cleistandra W.R.Barker
  4. Lindernia eremophiloides W.R.Barker
  5. Lindernia hypandra W.R.Barker
  6. Lindernia macrosiphonia (F.Muell.) W.R.Barker
  7. Lindernia subg. Didymadenia W.R.Barker
  8. Lindernia subulata var. glanduligera Specht
  9. Lindernia tectanthera W.R.Barker
  10. Morgania floribunda Benth.
  11. Morgania glabra R.Br.
  12. Morgania parviflora Benth.
  13. Morgania pubescens R.Br.
  14. Peplidium aithocheilum W.R.Barker
  15. Rhamphicarpa macrosiphonia F.Muell.
  16. Stemodia L.
  17. Stemodia florulenta W.R.Barker
  18. Stemodia glabella W.R.Barker
  19. Stemodia lathraia W.R.Barker
  20. Stemodia pubescens (R.Br.) W.R.Barker
  21. Stemodia tephropelina W.R.Barker
  22. Striga squamigera W.R.Barker

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