Vascular Plants

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Meisner, C.D.F. in Hooker, W.J. (ed.) (1852), A list of Proteaceae collected in south-western Australia by Mr James Drummond (continued from p. 187). Hooker's Journal of Botany and Kew Garden Miscellany 4 : 207-212 (Paper) Meisner, C.D.F. Unknown
Names in this reference:
  1. Banksia gunnii Meisn.
  2. Banksia laevigata Meisn.
  3. Banksia lemanniana Meisn.
  4. Dryandra calophylla var. acaulis Meisn.
  5. Dryandra cirsioides Meisn.
  6. Dryandra comosa Meisn.
  7. Dryandra elegans Meisn.
  8. Dryandra hewardiana Meisn.
  9. Dryandra horrida Meisn.
  10. Dryandra kippistiana Meisn.
  11. Dryandra mutica Meisn.
  12. Dryandra praemorsa var. elongata Meisn.
  13. Dryandra pulchella Meisn.
  14. Dryandra quercifolia Meisn.
  15. Dryandra runcinata Meisn.
  16. Dryandra speciosa Meisn.
  17. Hakea brachyptera Meisn.
  18. Hakea falcata R.Br.
  19. Hakea hookeriana Meisn.
  20. Hakea leucoptera R.Br.
  21. Hakea mitchellii Meisn.
  22. Hakea sulcata R.Br.
  23. Hakea tephrosperma R.Br.
  24. Hakea trinervis Meisn.
  25. Orites milligani Meisn.

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