Vascular Plants

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Randell, B.R. & Barlow, B.A. in McCarthy, P.M. (ed.) (1998), Cassia. Flora of Australia 12 : 75-80 (Section) Randell, B.R. & Barlow, B.A. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Bactrilobium Willd.
  2. Bactrilobium fistula (L.) Willd.
  3. Brewsteria F.Muell.
  4. Cassia L.
  5. Cassia brewsteri (F.Muell.) Benth.
  6. Cassia brewsteri var. marksiana F.M.Bailey
  7. Cassia brewsteri var. sylvestris F.M.Bailey
  8. Cassia excelsa Kunth
  9. Cassia fistula L.
  10. Cassia fistuloides Collad.
  11. Cassia marksiana (F.M.Bailey) Domin
  12. Cassia nemophila A.Cunn. ex Vogel
  13. Cassia nemophila A.Cunn. ex Vogel var. nemophila
  14. Cassia nemophila var. platypoda (R.Br.) Benth.
  15. Cassia nemophila var. zygophylla (Benth.) Benth.
  16. Cassia nomame (Siebold) T.Mori
  17. Cassia queenslandica C.T.White
  18. Cassia rhombifolia Roxb.
  19. Cassia sect. Cathartocarpus (Pers.) Benth.
  20. Cassia sophera var. schinifolia (DC.) Benth.
  21. Cassia subg. Lasiorhegma Vogel ex Benth.
  22. Cassia tora var. obtusifolia (L.) Haines
  23. Cathartocarpus Pers.
  24. Cathartocarpus brewsteri F.Muell.
  25. Cathartocarpus excelsus (Kunth) G.Don
  26. Cathartocarpus fistula (L.) Pers.
  27. Cathartocarpus fistuloides (Collad.) G.Don
  28. Cathartocarpus rhombifolius (Roxb.) G.Don

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