Vascular Plants

A reference work with citation and author referred to by instances.
  • At the bottom of this page are the citable links to this Instance object or just use the icon. You can "right click" in most browsers to copy it or open it in a new browser tab.

Brown, R. in Britten, J. (1906), Plantae introductae vicinitatis Portus Jackson, in Introduced Plants at Sydney, 1802-4. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign 44 : 234-235 (Part) Brown, R. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Anagallis arvensis L.
  2. Anagallis caerulea L.
  3. Apium graveolens L.
  4. Asclepias fruticosa L.
  5. Briza virens [minor] R.Br.
  6. Cerastium vulgatum L.
  7. Cotula coronopifolia L.
  8. Datura L.
  9. Daucus carota L.
  10. Erodium moschatum (L.) L'Hér.
  11. Euphorbia peplus L.
  12. Fragaria vesca L.
  13. Lepidium didymum L.
  14. Lolium perenne L.
  15. Lolium temulentum L.
  16. Lythrum hyssopifolia L.
  17. Malva capensis L.
  18. Nicotiana tabacum L.
  19. Panicum dactylon L.
  20. Phalaris canariensis L.
  21. Physalis pubescens L.
  22. Plantago major L.
  23. Poa annua L.
  24. Scleranthus annuus L.
  25. Silene anglica L.
  26. Solanum sodomeum L.
  27. Stachys arvensis (L.) L.
  28. Urtica urens L.
  29. Vicia sativa L.

link to here
  • To cite this object in a database or publication please use the following preferred link.
  • The preferred link is the most specific of the permalinks to here and makes later comparisons of linked resources easier.
  • Note you can access JSON and XML versions of this object by setting the correct mime type in the ACCEPTS header of your HTTP request or by appending ".json" or ".xml" to the end of the URL.

Please cite using:
Also known as
  • These are all the non deprecated permalinks to this object. The link with a is the preferred link.
  • Deprecated (old, no longer used) links will not appear here, but will still resolve. You will get a 301, moved permanently, redirect if you use a deprecated link.
  • You may link to this resource with any of the specific links, but we would prefer you used the preferred link as this makes later comparisons of linked resources easier.