Vascular Plants

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Forster, P.I. (14 February 1992), A taxonomic revision of Tylophora R.Br. (Asclepiadaceae: Marsdenieae) in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 5(1) : 29-51 (Paper) Forster, P.I. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Hoya barbata (R.Br.) Spreng.
  2. Hoya flexuosa (R.Br.) Spreng.
  3. Hoya grandiflora (R.Br.) Spreng.
  4. Hoya paniculata (R.Br.) Spreng.
  5. Hybanthera Endl.
  6. Marsdenia cinerascens R.Br.
  7. Pergularia cinerascens (R.Br.) Spreng.
  8. Tylophora R.Br.
  9. Tylophora barbata R.Br.
  10. Tylophora benthamii Tsiang
  11. Tylophora cinerascens (R.Br.) P.I.Forst.
  12. Tylophora colorata C.T.White
  13. Tylophora erecta F.Muell. ex Benth.
  14. Tylophora flexuosa R.Br.
  15. Tylophora grandiflora R.Br.
  16. Tylophora linearis P.I.Forst.
  17. Tylophora paniculata R.Br.
  18. Tylophora perlaxa Schltr.
  19. Tylophora rupicola P.I.Forst.
  20. Tylophora williamsii P.I.Forst.
  21. Tylophora woollsii Benth.
  22. Vincetoxicum barbatum (R.Br.) Kuntze
  23. Vincetoxicum flexuosum (R.Br.) Kuntze
  24. Vincetoxicum grandiflorum (R.Br.) Kuntze
  25. Vincetoxicum paniculatum (R.Br.) Kuntze
  26. Vincetoxicum woollsii (Benth.) Kuntze

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