Vascular Plants

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Pichi Sermolli, R.E.G. (1991), The pteridological collections of the G.R.S.T.S. Expedition to the coastal region of north-eastern Queensland. Webbia; raccolta di scritti botanici 45(2) (Paper) Pichi Sermolli, R.E.G. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Acrostichum speciosum Willd.
  2. Adiantum diaphanum Blume
  3. Alsophila australis R.Br.
  4. Alsophila baileyana Domin
  5. Alsophila cunninghamii (Hook.f.) R.M.Tryon
  6. Alsophila rebeccae F.Muell.
  7. Alsophila robertsiana F.Muell.
  8. Alsophila woollsiana F.Muell.
  9. Alsophila x marcescens (N.A.Wakef.) R.M.Tryon
  10. Angiopteris evecta (G.Forst.) Hoffm.
  11. Antrophyum callifolium Blume
  12. Arthropteris palisotii (Desv.) Alston
  13. Arthropteris tenella (G.Forst.) J.Sm. ex Hook.f.
  14. Asplenium australasicum (J.Sm.) Hook.
  15. Asplenium simplicifrons F.Muell.
  16. Blechnum cartilagineum Sw.
  17. Blechnum orientale L.
  18. Callipteris prolifera (Lam.) Bory
  19. Christella dentata (Forssk.) Brownsey & Jermy
  20. Colysis ampla (F.Muell. ex Benth.) Copel.
  21. Coveniella poecilophlebia (Hook.) Tindale
  22. Ctenopteris gordonii S.B.Andrews
  23. Dicranopteris linearis (Burm.f.) Underw. var. linearis
  24. Dicranopteris linearis var. subferruginea (Hieron. ex Brause) Nakai
  25. Dictymia brownii (Wikstr.) Copel.
  26. Diplazium dameriae Pic.Serm.
  27. Doodia caudata (Cav.) R.Br. var. caudata
  28. Drynaria rigidula (Sw.) Bedd.
  29. Gonocormus saxifragoides (C.Presl) Bosch
  30. Humata repens (L.f.) Small ex Diels
  31. Huperzia Bernh.
  32. Huperzia australiana (Herter) Holub
  33. Huperzia billardierei (Spring) Rothm.
  34. Huperzia carinata (Desv.) Trevis.
  35. Huperzia dalhousieana (Spring) Trevis.
  36. Huperzia polytrichoides (Kaulf.) Trevis.
  37. Huperzia prolifera (Blume) Trevis.
  38. Huperzia squarrosa (G.Forst.) Trevis.
  39. Huperzia varia (R.Br.) Trevis.
  40. Hypolepis glandulifera Brownsey & Chinnock
  41. Lastreopsis rufescens (Blume) Ching
  42. Lindsaea brachypoda (Baker) Salomon
  43. Lindsaea ensifolia subsp. agatii (Brack.) K.U.Kramer
  44. Lycopodiella cernua (L.) Pic.Serm.
  45. Lycopodiella diffusa (R.Br.) B.Øllg.
  46. Lycopodiella lateralis (R.Br.) B.Øllg.
  47. Lycopodiella serpentina (Kunze) B.Øllg.
  48. Lycopodium deuterodensum Herter
  49. Lycopodium fastigiatum R.Br.
  50. Lycopodium scariosum G.Forst.
  51. Lycopodium volubile G.Forst.
  52. Lygodium reticulatum Schkuhr
  53. Marattia oreades Domin
  54. Microtrichomanes vitiense (Baker) Copel.
  55. Nephrodium confluens Hook. & Baker
  56. Nephrolepis acutifolia (Desv.) Christ
  57. Nephrolepis cordifolia (L.) C.Presl
  58. Nephrolepis hirsutula (G.Forst.) C.Presl
  59. Pellaea falcata var. nana Hook.
  60. Phylloglossum drummondii Kunze
  61. Phymatopteris simplicissima (F.Muell.) Pic.Serm.
  62. Platycerium bifurcatum (Cav.) C.Chr. var. bifurcatum
  63. Polypodium felinum Roxb.
  64. Polypodium simplicissimum F.Muell.
  65. Pronephrium asperum (C.Presl) Holttum
  66. Pronephrium triphyllum (Sw.) Holttum
  67. Pteris pacifica Hieron.
  68. Pyrrosia dielsii (C.Chr.) Tindale
  69. Pyrrosia longifolia (Burm.f.) C.V.Morton
  70. Selaginella australiensis Baker
  71. Selaginella longipinna Warb.
  72. Selenodesmium elongatum subsp. queenslandicum Pic.Serm.
  73. Sphaeropteris australis (C.Presl) R.M.Tryon
  74. Sphaeropteris celebica (Blume) R.M.Tryon
  75. Sphaeropteris cooperi (Hook. ex F.Muell.) R.M.Tryon
  76. Sphaeropteris felina (Roxb.) Pic.Serm.
  77. Sticherus flabellatus (R.Br.) H.St.John
  78. Taenitis pinnata (J.Sm.) Holttum
  79. Tectaria confluens (Hook. & Baker) Pic.Serm.
  80. Vittaria elongata Sw.

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