Vascular Plants

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Thompson, J. (1958), Systematic notes on some Eastern Australian members of the Papilionaceae. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 83(2) : 187-189 (Paper) Thompson, J. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Dillwynia brunioides Meisn.
  2. Dillwynia ericifolia var. deflexa Blakely
  3. Dillwynia ericifolia var. normalis Benth.
  4. Dillwynia ericifolia var. peduncularis (Benth.) Benth.
  5. Dillwynia ericifolia var. phylicoides (A.Cunn.) Benth.
  6. Dillwynia ericoides Benth.
  7. Dillwynia filifolia Endl.
  8. Dillwynia microphylla DC.
  9. Dillwynia parvifolia R.Br. ex Sims
  10. Dillwynia parvifolia var. trichopoda Blakely
  11. Dillwynia peduncularis Benth.
  12. Dillwynia peduncularis var. racemosa Blakely
  13. Dillwynia phylicoides A.Cunn.
  14. Dillwynia pinifolia Benth.
  15. Dillwynia retorta var. phylicoides (A.Cunn.) Joy Thomps.
  16. Dillwynia retorta (J.C.Wendl.) Druce var. retorta
  17. Dillwynia seriphioides Endl.
  18. Pultenaea brunioides (Meisn.) Joy Thomps.

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