Vascular Plants

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Mueller, F.J.H. von (1860), On Australian and Tasmanian umbelliferous plants. Papers and Proceedings of the Royal Society of Van Diemen's Land 3(2) : 231-238 (Paper) Mueller, F.J.H. von Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Didiscus albiflorus DC.
  2. Didiscus anisocarpus (Turcz.) F.Muell. ex Schltdl.
  3. Didiscus coeruleus (Graham) DC. ex Hook.
  4. Didiscus glandulosus F.Muell.
  5. Didiscus glandulosus F.Muell. var. glandulosus
  6. Didiscus glandulosus var. leiocarpus F.Muell.
  7. Didiscus glaucifolius F.Muell.
  8. Didiscus grandis (Turcz.) F.Muell. ex Schltdl.
  9. Didiscus humilis Hook.f.
  10. Didiscus pilosus Benth.
  11. Didiscus pilosus var. parviflorus F.Muell.
  12. Didiscus pilosus Benth. var. pilosus
  13. Didiscus procumbens F.Muell.
  14. Didiscus DC. ex Hook. sect. Didiscus
  15. Didiscus sect. Hemicarpus (F.Muell.) F.Muell.
  16. Didiscus setulosus F.Muell. ex Schltdl.
  17. Didiscus villosus (F.Muell.) F.Muell. ex Schltdl.
  18. Dimetopia anisocarpa Turcz.
  19. Dimetopia grandis Turcz.
  20. Eryngium expansum F.Muell.
  21. Eryngium plantagineum F.Muell.
  22. Hemicarpus F.Muell.
  23. Hemicarpus didiscoides F.Muell.
  24. Hemicarpus villosus F.Muell.

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