Vascular Plants

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Jones, D.L. & Forster, P.I. (1 September 1995), Seven new species of Macrozamia section Parazamia (Miq.) Miq. (Zamiaceae section Parazamia) from Queensland. Austrobaileya 4(2) (Paper) Jones, D.L. & Forster, P.I. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Macrozamia conferta D.L.Jones & P.I.Forst.
  2. Macrozamia cranei D.L.Jones & P.I.Forst.
  3. Macrozamia crassifolia P.I.Forst. & D.L.Jones
  4. Macrozamia machinii P.I.Forst. & D.L.Jones
  5. Macrozamia occidua D.L.Jones & P.I.Forst.
  6. Macrozamia parcifolia P.I.Forst. & D.L.Jones
  7. Macrozamia sp. (Biggenden P.I.Forster PIF12301B)
  8. Macrozamia sp. (Inglewood C.T.White AQ142073)
  9. Macrozamia sp. (Mundubbera P.I.Forster PIF4674)
  10. Macrozamia sp. (Texas R.Crane 741)
  11. Macrozamia sp. (Warwick K.Hill 3825)
  12. Macrozamia sp. (Wyberba S.T.Blake 4646)
  13. Macrozamia viridis D.L.Jones & P.I.Forst.

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