Vascular Plants

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Thompson, J. in George, A.S. (ed.) (1990), Onagraceae. Flora of Australia 18 (Section) Thompson, J. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Boisduvalia tasmanica (Hook.f.) Munz
  2. Epilobium L.
  3. Epilobium adenocaulon Hausskn.
  4. Epilobium baueri Endl.
  5. Epilobium billardiereanum Ser.
  6. Epilobium billardiereanum f. major Hausskn.
  7. Epilobium billardiereanum f. simplex Hausskn.
  8. Epilobium billardiereanum Ser. subsp. billardiereanum
  9. Epilobium billardiereanum subsp. cinereum (A.Rich.) P.H.Raven & Engelhorn
  10. Epilobium billardiereanum subsp. hydrophilum P.H.Raven & Engelhorn
  11. Epilobium billardiereanum subsp. intermedium P.H.Raven & Engelhorn
  12. Epilobium brunnescens (Cockayne) P.H.Raven & Engelhorn
  13. Epilobium brunnescens subsp. beaugleholei K.R.West & P.H.Raven
  14. Epilobium canescens Endl.
  15. Epilobium canescens var. glabrescens Nees
  16. Epilobium ciliatum Raf.
  17. Epilobium cinereum A.Rich.
  18. Epilobium confertifolium Hook.f.
  19. Epilobium confertifolium var. tasmanicum (Hausskn.) Cheeseman
  20. Epilobium curtisiae P.H.Raven
  21. Epilobium diversifolium Hausskn.
  22. Epilobium erosum Hausskn.
  23. Epilobium fugitivum P.H.Raven & Engelhorn
  24. Epilobium glabellum G.Forst.
  25. Epilobium glabellum var. billardiereanum (DC.) Maiden & Betche
  26. Epilobium glabellum var. junceum (G.Forst. ex Spreng.) Maiden & Betche
  27. Epilobium glabellum var. tetragonum (L.) Maiden & Betche
  28. Epilobium gunnianum Hausskn.
  29. Epilobium hirtigerum A.Cunn.
  30. Epilobium junceum G.Forst. ex Spreng.
  31. Epilobium junceum f. canescens Hausskn.
  32. Epilobium junceum f. cinerea Hausskn.
  33. Epilobium junceum f. macrophyllum Hausskn.
  34. Epilobium junceum f. minor Hausskn.
  35. Epilobium junceum f. teucriifolium Hausskn.
  36. Epilobium junceum microphyllum Hausskn.
  37. Epilobium junceum serratifolium Hausskn.
  38. Epilobium junceum var. corymbosum H.Lev.
  39. Epilobium linnaeoides Hook.f.
  40. Epilobium macranthum Hook.f.
  41. Epilobium muelleri H.Lev.
  42. Epilobium muellerianum H.Lev.
  43. Epilobium nerteroides A.Cunn.
  44. Epilobium obscurum (Schreb.) Schreb.
  45. Epilobium pallidiflorum Sol. ex A.Cunn.
  46. Epilobium pallidiflorum f. laxa Hausskn.
  47. Epilobium pallidiflorum f. stricta Hausskn.
  48. Epilobium palustre L.
  49. Epilobium parviflorum (Schreb.) Schreb.
  50. Epilobium perpusillum Hausskn.
  51. Epilobium pubens A.Rich.
  52. Epilobium roseum (Schreb.) Schreb.
  53. Epilobium rotundifolium G.Forst.
  54. Epilobium sarmentaceum Hausskn.
  55. Epilobium tasmanicum Hausskn.
  56. Epilobium tetragonum L.
  57. Epilobium tetragonum L. subsp. tetragonum
  58. Epilobium tetragonum var. billardiereanum (Ser.) H.Lev.
  59. Epilobium willisii P.H.Raven & Engelhorn
  60. Fuchsia L.
  61. Fuchsia macrostema Ruiz & Pav.
  62. Fuchsia magellanica Lam.
  63. Fuchsia magellanica var. macrostema (Ruiz & Pav.) Munz
  64. Fuchsia magellanica var. molinae Espinosa
  65. Gaura L.
  66. Gaura lindheimeri Engelm. & A.Gray
  67. Gaura parviflora Douglas ex Hook.
  68. Isnardia palustris L.
  69. Jussiaea L.
  70. Jussiaea adscendens L.
  71. Jussiaea diffusa Forssk.
  72. Jussiaea hyssopifolia G.Don
  73. Jussiaea montevidensis Spreng.
  74. Jussiaea octonervia var. sessiliflora (Micheli) Micheli
  75. Jussiaea peploides Kunth
  76. Jussiaea peruviana L.
  77. Jussiaea repens L.
  78. Jussiaea repens f. brevipes Domin
  79. Jussiaea repens f. longipes Domin
  80. Jussiaea repens var. clarenciana H.Lev.
  81. Jussiaea suffruticosa L.
  82. Jussiaea suffruticosa var. angustifolia F.M.Bailey
  83. Jussiaea suffruticosa var. villosa (Lam.) Kuntze
  84. Jussiaea villosa Lam.
  85. Ludwigia L.
  86. Ludwigia adscendens (L.) H.Hara
  87. Ludwigia erecta (L.) H.Hara
  88. Ludwigia hyssopifolia (G.Don) Exell
  89. Ludwigia octovalvis (Jacq.) P.H.Raven
  90. Ludwigia octovalvis subsp. sessiliflora (Micheli) P.H.Raven
  91. Ludwigia palustris (L.) Elliott
  92. Ludwigia parviflora Roxb.
  93. Ludwigia peploides (Kunth) P.H.Raven
  94. Ludwigia peploides subsp. montevidensis (Spreng.) P.H.Raven
  95. Ludwigia perennis L.
  96. Ludwigia peruviana (L.) H.Hara
  97. Ludwigia prostrata Roxb.
  98. Oenothera L.
  99. Oenothera acaulis Cav.
  100. Oenothera affinis Cambess.
  101. Oenothera biennis L.
  102. Oenothera diplotricha Domin
  103. Oenothera drummondii Hook.
  104. Oenothera elata Kunth
  105. Oenothera erythrosepala Borbás
  106. Oenothera glazioviana Micheli
  107. Oenothera indecora subsp. bonariensis W.Dietr.
  108. Oenothera laciniata Hill
  109. Oenothera lamarckiana Ser.
  110. Oenothera longiflora L.
  111. Oenothera mollissima L.
  112. Oenothera octovalvis Jacq.
  113. Oenothera odorata Jacq.
  114. Oenothera rosea L'Hér.
  115. Oenothera sinuata L.
  116. Oenothera speciosa Nutt.
  117. Oenothera striata Link
  118. Oenothera stricta Ledeb. ex Link
  119. Oenothera tasmanica Hook.f.
  120. Oenothera tetraptera Cav.
  121. Oenothera triloba Nutt.

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