Vascular Plants

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Rothmaler, W.H.P. (30 September 1944), Pteridophyten-Studien I. Feddes Repertorium Specierum Novarum Regni Vegetabilis 54(1) (Paper) Rothmaler, W.H.P. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Diphasium C.Presl ex Rothm.
  2. Diphasium scariosum (G.Forst.) Rothm.
  3. Diphasium ser. Jussieua Rothm.
  4. Huperzia Bernh.
  5. Huperzia billardierei (Spring) Rothm.
  6. Huperzia phlegmaria (L.) Rothm.
  7. Huperzia phlegmarioides (Gaudich.) Rothm.
  8. Huperzia sect. Subselago (Baker) Rothm.
  9. Huperzia varia (R.Br.) Rothm.
  10. Lepidotis P.Beauv. ex Mirb.
  11. Lepidotis densa Rothm.
  12. Lepidotis diffusa (R.Br.) Rothm.
  13. Lepidotis drummondii (Spring) Rothm.
  14. Lepidotis lateralis (R.Br.) Rothm.
  15. Lepidotis sect. Campylostachys Rothm.
  16. Lepidotis sect. Inundata (Baker) Rothm.
  17. Lepidotis ser. Caroliniata Rothm.
  18. Lepidotis ser. Densa Rothm.
  19. Lepidotis ser. Lateralia Rothm.
  20. Lycopodioides Boehm.
  21. Lycopodium billardierei Spring
  22. Lycopodium densum Labill.
  23. Lycopodium diffusum R.Br.
  24. Lycopodium drummondii Spring
  25. Lycopodium laterale R.Br.
  26. Lycopodium phlegmaria L.
  27. Lycopodium phlegmarioides Gaudich.
  28. Lycopodium scariosum G.Forst.
  29. Lycopodium ser. Obscura Rothm.
  30. Lycopodium varium R.Br.

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